I like to stay behind the camera and live a healthy life.” On the film’s busy, high-energy set, however, Hillcoat is no distant figure watching it unfold from behind his camera.
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I’ve always tried to not do that.” Never one to recoil from a shotgun blast to the face or a flurry of on-screen fists, Hillcoat has upped the cinematic violence quotient once again with . The horror of violence is something that we’re not shying away from, but we’re not making it gratuitous.Boasting a top draw cast – Casey Affleck, Aaron Paul, Woody Harrelson, Norman Reedus, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie, Teresa Palmer, Clifton Collins Jr., Gal Gadot, and Kate Winslet – this hard edged thriller traces the very thin, close-to-snapping line that divides America’s cops and criminals.Set in a hot, broiling Atlanta, and taking in the Russian mob that rules the roost, the Mexican and African-American gangs that do their bidding, and the compromised cops that work with them and against them, (the police code for the shooting of an officer) is not your standard police-and-their-prey procedural, with a rack-it-up style body count.That is not the kind of movie that Australian-born John Hillcoat makes, and the director speaks with obvious pride about ’s sense of intense, bristling verisimilitude.It digs deep, and goes right to the core of the criminality that forms much of the bedrock of American society. “We actually have two technical advisors on the set today.