In the Sundance film, "Simon Killer," actor Brady Corbet's character is running from a dark past.
What would be your way of running away from something in real life?
I'd probably go to Paris. The thing is that part of the reason that Antonio and I when we first sort of conceived the film a couple of years ago, was because at least the way the film begins, was something that both of us had done at one time or another. In terms of where the film ends up, that's something that neither one of us has experienced.
What would be your first stop in Paris?
Probably a hostel.
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