State Like Sleep Interview: Director Meredith Danluck Talks Grief, Neo Noir and Casting Michael Shannon as a Romantic Lead

After the suicide of her husband, a famous European actor named Stefan Delvoe (Michiel Huisman), American photographer Katherine (Katherine Waterston) decides to pretty much disappear, to the point that her mother (Mary Kay Place) is the one who has to return to Brussels to deal with some pending issues linked to the tragedy and with Stefan’s own mom (Julie Khaner). However, her mother’s health problems will eventually bring Katherine back to the city where she lived with her partner, thus State Like Sleep becomes a film about such subjects as coping with the death of a loved one and trying to finally move on from it -- Michael Shannon enters as a new man in the protagonist’s life -- while also functioning as a neo...

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