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Todd Haynes on 'Wonderstruck' - An Ode to New York

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Film Editor
Updated: 6 April 2018
Award-winning director Todd Haynes is back with a charming adaptation of mystery novel Wonderstruck. We caught up with the director of Carol (2015) and Far From Heaven (2002) about his latest film, which marks a shift in terms of style and tone.
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Wonderstruck unfurls over multiple timelines, but isn’t a time-travel story in the conventional sense. Starring Haynes regular Julianne Moore alongside youngsters Ben Fegley and Millicent Simmonds, (who also stars in A Quiet Place), Wonderstruck is a mystery which reveals its secrets delicately.

Here, Haynes explains how New York itself plays an important part in the movie, and how he went about recreating the the city of the past.

Wonderstruck is on general release now

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