What was important to you when finding the perfect location for “The Night House?”

[Production Designer Kathrin Eder]: “I was very clear with David – because my background is social and cultural anthropology, so I like to dive heavily into world-building from a place of backstory and a place of geography and how location influences our main characters, socially, economically and physically. It was understanding that this house was buyer-made, in isolation, in a general American town, and that immediately set a very clear tone for the story that took place. It would look very different if the story took place in New York City, for example. From an archetypal place, it immediately opened up so many questions, and that was a great challenge.”

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