My interview with executive producer/writer Malcolm MacRury and actors Enrico Colantoni and Rick Roberts:
- In ZOS: Zone of Separation, Even Peace Is Hell
“This is a story that could take place in Toronto, it could take place in New Orleans. All you have to do is shut the water off for a month and see what happens. This is in the heart of Europe. It’s supposed to be civilization. And it broke down into tribal religious violence, same way Belfast did. That’s why it’s important to tell the story now. We simplified it, too: it’s Christians and Muslims. Well, open the newspapers. That’s the debate all around the world right now.” Read more.
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