The film impressed me. The use of the wide-angle frame and the lack of known actors. But the score was really good. The use of electronic, synthesized sound gave the film a special flavour. Of course the horror genre has pioneered the use of this kind of sound/music for many years but this felt fresh to me. The film has subtlety. It gave me pause for thought in my own work and of late I have been using these kinds of sound structures more and more and finding it rewarding in the storytelling process. There is a limit to what is possible in conventional music.
David Robert Mitchell
In 2002, American Director Mitchell directed Virgin, a short film about a local legend sees a vision of Virgin Mary which leads him to find true love, and made full-fledged debut with the feature film The Myth of The American Sleepover (2010). He has gained international recognition for his fascinating horror film It Follows (2014) which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
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