Michael Pare talks making John Fallon's The Shelter!

You're probably well aware that our own John "The Arrow" Fallon's THE SHELTER is currently on the festival circuit, enjoying successful screenings at Sitges, Frightfest and, most recently, Australia's A Night of Horror, where star Michael Paré received a Career Achievement Award for his strong work in the film.

Pare was just interviewed by the folks over at Screen Space and spoke about developing the character and working with Mr. Fallon.

Here's an excerpt from the interview:

The pain and suffering that a person can bring on themselves, the cost of not being aware of the impact of your actions on others; that misery and suffering and despair and guilt and remorse. These are incredibly powerful and painful emotions to experience. And they were brought on Thomas by his own actions, his own weakness. Not to pontificate, but a lot of pain and suffering is brought on by one’s own behavior and it’s very sad. Nobody has to punish you, (yet) you often do it to yourself. It is an amazing thing to see. It is an interesting thing for me to explore, because I play a lot of heroes, cop stuff and detective stuff. But this was a small movie, filled with humanity.

Read the full interview HERE. As always, we'll keep you updated on THE SHELTER's progress as it continues to make some noise across the globe.  

Source: Screen Space



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