Location location location!
After watching BBC’s Top of the Lake on Netflix (which I would give 5 out of 5 stars, gorgeous miniseries, whacky characters, creepy but gripping story), I’ve realized what a big impact location has on the feel of something. A good location can turn a slice of life or psychological film, with ordinary people doing non-supernatural (if not ordinary) things, into something amazing. A good location gives these kinds of stories that extra edge, making them seem kind of foreign and whacky, larger than life, out of this world. Which, as we all know, is what movies are all about :P
So I’m going to be trying to factor that into the production process of Fractured. Good locations and good sets, here we come!
I wish I knew where to start looking…