Interview: Writer/Director Camille Griffin Discusses Balancing Tone and Deconstructing the British Middle Class for Silent Night

Interview: Writer/Director Camille Griffin Discusses Balancing Tone and Deconstructing the British Middle Class for Silent Night
The holiday season officially kicked off on AMC+ this past Friday with the arrival of holiday comedy/apocalyptic drama Silent Night, which is the feature film debut from U.K. writer/director Camille Griffin. The genre-bender stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Roman Griffin Davis (Camille’s son), Annabelle Wallis, Lily-Rose Depp, Ṣọpé Dìrísù, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Lucy Punch, Rufus Jones and Trudie Styler and is centered around an idyllic Christmas Eve gathering in the English countryside where a group of friends and family come together to celebrate the holiday as well as their own impending annihilation via a cataclysmic weather event which is only hours away from killing them all. If you thought Clark Griswold had a tough Christmas vacation, things in Silent Night are infinitely worse.

Daily Dead recently had the opportunity to speak with Griffin about her directorial debut and during our conversation, she discussed the inspirations behind her script for Silent Night,
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