Nicolas Cage’s wildest film yet – cult director Sion Sono on Sundance debutant Prisoners of the Ghostland: ‘We made it as an action movie’

//Nicolas Cage’s wildest film yet – cult director Sion Sono on Sundance debutant Prisoners of the Ghostland: ‘We made it as an action movie’

Nicolas Cage’s wildest film yet – cult director Sion Sono on Sundance debutant Prisoners of the Ghostland: ‘We made it as an action movie’

In Prisoners of the Ghostland, the combination of renegade Japanese director Sion Sono, 59, and the ever-adventurous Nicolas Cage, 57, is a marriage made perhaps not in heaven – but in hell. It’s a kind of hell that Cage’s bank robber character, Hero, has found himself in – and his only means of escape from a post-apocalyptic jail, in an Old-West-style Japanese location called Samurai Town, is to rescue the Governor’s granddaughter, Bernice (Sofia Boutella), from the Ghostland. He turns into a…

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