I’LL FIND YOU – Interview with Director Martha Coolidge

I’ll Find You tackles the old notion of love in times of war by showing two musicians odysseys during WWII.  Director Martha Coolidge talked with our Gadi Elkon about the film, the cast and much more!

Is any love more tender than young love, or more agonizing when threatened by extinction from outside forces? Shakespeare’s classic paradigm finds contemporaneity in I’ll Find You, a new film directed by Martha Coolidge. Instead of Romeo and Juliet in Renaissance Verona, we find Robert and Rachel in mid-20th Century Europe – ensnared by the tumult of World War II. I’ll Find You’s star-crossed lovers are played by Adelaide Clemens, an accomplished thespian from Australia and newcomer Leo Suter from England.

Director Martha Coolidge brings forth a film with powerful vibrant moments that echo loudly the sorrowful musical tones of the movie.  I’ll Find You takes the star-crossed lover ideal by putting it in the worst of places and giving an ounce of hope not seen in Romeo and Juliet.

Martha and Gadi talked about the casting choices, getting to shoot in Poland, the music and much more!

Interview with Filmmaker Martha Coolidge:

Gravitas Ventures’ I’ll Find You is out in theaters and available on VOD now.

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