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Are you working on any new film projects right now?

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You mentioned the Hammer films earlier and the look of your film definitely falls in line with their distinct stylings. As sometimes happens, it led me into a realm of thinking that was not directly connected to it--or perhaps it was.

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With the depth, something changes and the audience feels as though they have been pushed inside the screen. I was very young and I was on vacation with my family and there was a retrospective of old films and one of them was "The Phantom of the Opera" with Claude Rains that was in color. Nobody sent me a script. Lastly, there has Rutger hauer naked talk in the last few years of a possible remake of "Suspiria"—David Gordon Green, of all people, was connected to it for a while. In the past, you have dealt with supernatural forms of horror in the "Three Mothers" trilogy—"Suspiria," "Inferno" and "Mother of Tears"—and "Phenonema" but in those films, you were the sole creator of their mythos and could do anything that you wanted.

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