Last fall, when Bluebeard screened at the New York Film Festival, he spoke to Breillat about the film: "The thing that people notice is that there's no sex or nudity," she sighed. They went on to discuss period detail, the uses of enchantment, and Plato; read the full interview here.
Last spring, when the film played at the Tribeca Film Festival, Simon Abrams sat down with McPherson to discuss, among other things, the differences between live theater and film: "[In the theater,] you’re really staring hard at this thing and I think concentrating so hard takes the audience into a communal trance. In a film, it’s like a dream that somebody dreams for you." Read the whole interview here.