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Oct 22, 2013, 07:17AM

I Think You Can Make It Work

A 2004 Film Journal interview with director George Romero vs. a 2013 Stereogum interview with singer/actress Sky Ferreria.

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George Romero: So it's sort of like doing sub-chords, I don't know what the musical term is, but doing undertones and just sort of keep the flow going. They just keep coming, and there's more and more of them.

Sky Ferreria: I'm in a black dress looking pretty.

Romero: Oh, God, yeah.

Ferreria: It's cool. It's way better.

Romero: I know it.

Ferreria: Well, not always, but it should be.

Romero: That's what's going on right now.

Ferreria: But that's how my mom found out. 

Romero: So, I don't know, it's sort of Cubist or something, it's not meant to just move the eyeball. 

Ferreria: And then I get a hemorrhage, a vessel popped and it made it much worse. Be careful.

Romero: Yeah. We probably won't know for a couple of days.

Ferreria: That we're all controlled by someone?

Romero: No, we put a lot of that in. If you want to look at it as a revolution, a new society coming in and devouring the old, however you want to look at it. 

Ferreria: That part is really weird, because that wasn’t something I was really interested in. 

Romero: But, she just came in and auditioned, I thought she was beautiful, and I didn't know she'd been doing the soft-core stuff or whatever.

Ferreria: I don’t really find anything wrong with being topless.

Romero: I think you can make it work. 


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