Why Antoine Fuqua Directed The Guilty From Inside A Van

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Why Antoine Fuqua Directed The Guilty From Inside A Van

Antoine Fuqua’s The Guilty delivers a fresh iteration of a modern thriller, but here’s why the director led the project from inside a van.

Filmmaking methods are constantly becoming more innovative, and here’s how Antoine Fuqua took that to the next level by directing The Guilty from inside a van. Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the new crime thriller which hits Netflix on October 1, along with voice cameos from other notable actors. Based on a 2018 Danish film of the same name, the screenplay was revamped in a fresh way by Nic Pizzolatto, the writer/creator of HBO’s smash hit True Detective. In addition to its writing, the way The Guilty came to fruition also forged new ground.

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The plot introduces Gyllenhaal’s Joe Baylor, an LAPD officer who’s been sidelined from the field for a role as a 911 dispatcher. A normal shift takes an unforeseen turn when a woman calls the line in serious distress. Her harrowing scenario stands out from other callers The Guilty’s main character has grown accustomed to, and he becomes determined to help her survive in whatever ways he can from his location.

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