Check out these highlights from recent behind-the-scenes interviews with The Prisoner crew and casting directors Kate Rhodes James and Moonyeenn Lee.
• “We gave Ruth Wilson a good, clear view of the vein she would have to inject by pumping up the real-life model’s arm so that his veins extruded more than usual.” — Clinton Smith (Prosthetics Artist)
• “Let me tell you something: you can buy blood from Hollywood — it’s called ‘Hollywood Blood’ — and if you can see the difference between our blood and theirs…Well, you can’t.” — Mickey Kirsten (Special-FX Supervisor)
• “If it’s a wooden structure and it’s going to be blowing up into pieces, it can’t have nails or screws in it because those are things that even if you’re wearing padding, they could still injure your performers or crew.” — Grant Hulley (Stunts Coordinator)
• “For The Prisoner, we needed S.A. actors who would be able to perform either a passable American or English accent, and this narrowed our search.” — Moonyeenn Lee (Casting Director, South Africa)Read More