While we still have to wait a couple of months for Terrence Malick‘s latest film to hit theaters, those across the pond in the UK are getting his romantic drama To the Wonder this week and to go with the release, we’ve got a three-part featurette detailing the production. With the first part available today and the rest following this week, they take a look inside the usually secretive environment of a Malick set.
Featuring interviews with the cast and crew, including Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Javier Bardem and Rachel McAdams, they highlight some of the vast reading material that Malick provided (from Anna Karenina to Martin Heidegger), as well as commenting on the lack of a script and the freeform nature of the shoot. Check out part one below and return for the other two (update: all three now live), and read our review here. Also, check out a brand new French TV spot featuring new footage here and a new poster below via Orange.
To the Wonder hits theaters on April 12th.
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