Because we know you're just dying to hear more about director Ben Wheatley's A Field in England, we found a behind-the-scenes featurette to share with you. WHAT?! Amazeballs, right? Right.
Wheatley originally posted this on his blog, with a link to the full, treasure trove of materials on the film's website, saying he "wanted to make available the process of how you make a film" and that he hopes we find it useful.
If you head on over to the website, you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about A Field in England in a handy, dandy Masterclas--from development to costumes to acting to the score. See, EVERYTHING you ever wanted to know. It probably goes without saying that all of this information contains spoilers, but we don't want anybody whining to us about ruining the film, so we'll say it here, in caps, with bolded font for even more effect: IF YOU PARTAKE IN THE DIGITAL MASTERCLASS, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. GOT IT? GOOD. CLICK HERE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
For those of you who haven't seen the film yet, here's a little spoiler-free snippet from the Masterclass about A Field in England's influences:
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