By Matt Neglia & Will Mavity
Making its premiere at Sundance over a year ago, “The Killing Of Two Lovers” is one of those independent discoveries that makes you excited to see what everyone involved will be doing next. That’s because so many elements are well-thought-out and pronounced within the film to tell a story that feels familiar but is being presented in ways unlike we’ve previously seen before. Part of that is the richly layered performance from Clayne Crawford as the film’s protagonist David and the unnerving sound work by Sound Re-Recording Mixer and Sound Designer Peter Albrechtsen. Both of them were kind enough to take some time to tell us about their roles in the making of this excellent film which is now in theaters and on VOD. Take a listen down below. We hope you enjoy it and that you seek this one out.
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