Leslye Headland talks to the NY Times about “Bachelorette”

Bachelorette writer-director Leslye Headland has spoken to the New York Times about her new movie, and gives us a bit of insight into the characters. Read the full but brief interview at the link above.

“My movie is nasty, dark, complicated and a little bizarre. If people come in expecting ‘Bridesmaids’ they may have a heart attack. Or they might hate it and leave.” (We’ve seen it. Won’t happen.)

“I wanted to explore the idea of people who are good no matter how hard they work at being bad,” she said. “At the same time, I wanted a feeling of suspense at the end. Will these women turn out to be fine? Not clear. Hopefully, people will leave worried about them, but in a hopeful way.”

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