While discussing his upcoming film, The
Island, Sean Bean also threw in a couple remarks on the
upcoming video game adaptation Silent Hill. And, unlike most films
that Sean Bean plays in, Silent Hill will feature Sean Bean on
the side of 'good'.
Silent Hill Plot
was able to catch up to Sean Bean and get him to say a few words not only
on The Island but also on his later film Silent Hill.
Based on the video game, Silent Hill tells the story of a father
who searches for his missing daughter in the creepy town of Silent Hill,
where the entire family is currently trapped. The film is directed by Christopher
Gans who is best known for the French film The Brotherhood of the Wolf.
While discussing Silent Hill, Bean tells the look of the film and
reveals a more in depth plot:
It's about this place called Silent Hill, and
our daughter is kind of disturbed about it. She keeps mentioning it, and
she's trying to get out of the house and go there, so my wife decides that
it might be a good idea to take her there to confront her fears. She gets
involved with a very murky and dangerous world, very creepy, which is all
in different time levels, as well. I'm in the real world and I'm trying
to find them, but we're on different planes, so it's quite interesting,
because I can hear her, but I can't see her. The way he shoots it is just
constant fog and cobwebs around the Silent Hill world, while the real world
is more normal.
To check out the whole report with Sean Bean on
Silent Hill, head over to ComingSoon.
Silent Hill will come to theatres some time in 2006. Movie Page