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18-Oct-2019 18:14

The film also makes sex look very awkward, which I loved. It was super awkward to shoot as well, but that's how it should be.

Why do you feel that independent movies have always been better at dealing with sex than mainstream Hollywood films?

Even if they'd been in the same place physically, like at a bar or something, they probably wouldn't talk to each other.

This mediated thing allows them to be open, but also deceitful and cagey and to compartmentalize their lives.

* * *Your performance in the film is fantastic and I kept thinking it reminded me of someone.

Then I realized that you're a huge Isabelle Adjani and Isabelle Huppert fan and it made sense!

He looks at her longingly and she tells him she'll be back in NYC at some point in the near future, and then one day he sees someone who looks just like her on the train ...

This also had a lot to do with the inner lives of the characters, because we talked a lot about how these two people were recent transplants to New York and were constructing new lives, so it's all very deliberate.Cody (John Gallagher Jr.) and Virginia (Kate Lyn Sheil) met online and after realizing they had many things in common decide to start dating.The only problem is he's in New York and she's in Berlin, which means their romantic exchanges are limited to cyber sex and conversations over Skype.Yeah they are all very misty, like the car scene in Titanic, but I think that it is that they do allow for that awkwardness and not the joke of awkwardness, but the genuinely awkward thing that sex should be.Also there are all of these shades of grey and everything is complicated about it and independent films allow for these complications to be explored.

This also had a lot to do with the inner lives of the characters, because we talked a lot about how these two people were recent transplants to New York and were constructing new lives, so it's all very deliberate.

Cody (John Gallagher Jr.) and Virginia (Kate Lyn Sheil) met online and after realizing they had many things in common decide to start dating.

The only problem is he's in New York and she's in Berlin, which means their romantic exchanges are limited to cyber sex and conversations over Skype.

Yeah they are all very misty, like the car scene in Titanic, but I think that it is that they do allow for that awkwardness and not the joke of awkwardness, but the genuinely awkward thing that sex should be.

Also there are all of these shades of grey and everything is complicated about it and independent films allow for these complications to be explored.

I literally can not understand what they're saying, but there's something very magnetic about them. Then one of the last scenes has this gorgeous composition, in which your face is cut in half by a mirror, while you're on Skype and in Cody's bedroom we can see the Obama HOPE poster, which just gives the whole shot a very bittersweet touch. Yeah, he sorta had to be, because Virginia was constructing her entire bedroom to hide traces of where she was, so we would look at the frame and move things.