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Interview: Kate’s Cedric Nicolas-Troyan

by Leora Heilbronn

Who better to helm the rock and roll smash mouth Netflix movie Kate (starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Miku Martineau and Woody Harrelson) than French director and visual artist Cedric Nicolas-Troyan?! Possessing very fashionable glasses, a newsboy cap and a host of tattoos, second time feature film director Nicolas-Troyan was extremely gracious about his filmmaking process, sharing why Winstead is a true action star, and a little bit about the appearance of Band-Maid, a brilliant Japanese rock band that set the tone for the film’s aesthetic. Kate is truly a visual and sonic marvel and deserves to be experienced with a surround sound system and perhaps commentary from its rollicking helmsman Cedric Nicolas-Troyan.


Kate is currently streaming on Netflix

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