William Friedkin Interview - Killer Joe


When you mention the name William Friedkin, the first thing that comes to mind for many is The Exorcist, which he directed in 1973 (but it's still a favourite in the horror genre today). His latest film, Killer Joe, tells the story of a young man who puts a hit out on his mother so that he can use the insurance money for his growing debts.

In this conversation with Ola Sturik of Tribute, Friedkin explains his vision of the director-cast relationship. He also discusses the recent Casey Anthony case and censorship.


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