‘Sangre de Mi Sangre’ Director Christopher Zalla on Making New York Scary

 

New York filmmaker Christopher Zalla just made his striking debut with the new film Sangre de Mi Sangre — a harrowing, elemental story of two illegal Mexican immigrants who try to find their feet in Brooklyn. The riveting film (which made big waves at Sundance under the title Padre Nuestro) plays at the IFC Center through the end of the month. Vulture spoke with Zalla about the curse of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize and the perils of making a modern immigration noir.

(New York Magazine)


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