How the terrific 2018 film Sorry To Bother You came together in spite of still needing more locations when filming had already begun.

We’re big, big fans of 2018’s Sorry To Bother You around these parts, and have chatted about the movie a few times. But what’s of added interest is just how many hoops the film had to jump through to get made. A low budget production, there was an awful lot of location hunting still to do, even though filming had begun.

Here, then, we chat to Stephen Druro, the art director on the movie. He tells us about realising some of the film’s themes and the difficulties of beginning a shoot without locations. The chat should magically appear below these words…

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