Interview with Jim Mickle, director of "We Are What We Are," a horror film in the guise of a serious drama


Jim: What’s funny is we did an early screening just for friends and family and relatives and people that had all different walks of life, and one of my questions was like, “How was that scene? Was it too short? Was it too long? Because I can trim back on that, we wouldn’t be restrained.” And every girl in the room was like, “You have to make it longer. We want it so much longer.” It was like this female empowerment moment. So then I thought, “Okay, we’ve tapped into something pretty cool here.”

And then I suddenly guessed what this ending could be.

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