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PODCAST: Sense 8’s Naveen Andrews And Terrence Mann

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Actors spoke to me before the season season went online. They talk about thier characters, the series unique multi-country shooting style, and the challenges of this series.


Actors spoke to me before the season season went online. They talk about thier characters, the series unique multi-country shooting style, and the challenges of this series.

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6 Comments on PODCAST: Sense 8’s Naveen Andrews And Terrence Mann

  1. Hi. Great interview. Can you please tell me when it took place. I would like to link to it on my Facebook page: https://facebook.com/NaveenAndrewsFan/ Thanks!

  2. PS I see the date of 7/2/17 in the filename, is that when the interview took place? Again thanks for that confirmation.

    • Hi thanks for your comment. The interview took place before the second season was live.

      • Thank you for your reply. That makes sense. I thought it was so thoughtful of you to not discuss spoilers from the second season in case someone hadn’t watched it yet. Am I easily confused? Wait, don’t answer that.

      • You’re not confused. This was a challenging series for the audience and cast that was gone too soon.

      • Really challenging. And uncompromising. Imagine a production where the crew set up and tore down so many times a day in so many places. Imagine the colorist trying to match so many interior and exterior shots in so many places (at night while the rest of the crew/cast slept). The cast were so jet lagged after season 1 that some of them hadn’t fully recovered in time to shoot season 2. JMS told me that he saw every frame of film shot from season one, as he had bowed out of planned direction duties to oversee the epic post-production. The bar was set high.

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