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But for the past five years, these two have been cultivating their own niche-within-a-niche in the indie film landscape, keeping mostly to themselves and crafting a filmography that feels thematically consistent and yet adventurous at the same time.Unlike the other indie stars of this generation — the group growing out of the interconnected Duplass/Swanberg/Bujalski/Wingard family tree — Marling and Batmanglij don’t belong to a greater collective.In the interview, Marling said she won’t be sure what the focus of the movie will be until after a first cut is edited, but that her onscreen love story with Skarsgard will definitely take a significant part. “I don’t think we’ll know until there’s like a first cut of it what we’re actually dealing with, if that makes sense.” “The East” likely won’t end up being a love story with a dash of espionage and thriller tossed in, but the synopsis sounds somewhat similar to “Another Earth.” The love story ends up becoming the focus of that film, and it also centers on an unlikely couple brought together by tragic circumstances.“I think you only know what it is once it’s been edited, because it is a thriller, it is an espionage story, it is a love story, there’s some coming of age in there. So fans will definitely be seeing some romance brewing between Marling and Skarsgard.These films feel unsettling even when nothing particularly disturbing is happening, because they’re happening in a world that’s not ours. We’re getting a peek inside, but that world is never really our own.
The series is filmed in a kind of misty dreamscape already, and that’s before it decides to dip its toe into more celestial waters.
Alex and Ellen and Toby [Kebell], they work so hard. Tell us in the comments section below or on Facebook and Twitter. It’s filmmaking collaboration between besties Angelo Balassone, Michael Fails and Kat Tadesco, self-described lace-front addicts with great legs who write, direct, design and produce video sketches and cinematic shorts that are so surreally hilarious that they defy categorization.
They have done so much preparation, it’s like we all come to work every day and you feel everyone’s devotion to the material,” Marling said. One such short film, Celebrity All-Star, is the newest addition to IFC’s Comedy Crib.
In “Straw Dogs” he plays a villain who ends up brutally raping his ex-girlfriend, in “Battleship” he’s a naval officer, and in the upcoming indie “The East” he’s the head of an anarchist activism organization.
“The East” star and co-writer Brit Marling recently caught up with IFC to promote the DVD release of her film “Another Earth,” and said that she thinks fans should be really excited to see Skarsgard in their movie.