Fireside Chats: Director Jim Mickle on Why 'Cold in July' Took Seven Years to Make
Director Jim Mickle and the cast of Cold in July stopped by THR's video lounge to chat about the competition slate drama, which stars Dexter's Michael C. Hall. "I remember, early on, somebody telling me, 'They always take seven years to make a movie,' and I was like, 'That is just some bulls--t somebody made up,'" said Mickle. "Yeah, but it was true."
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