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Brian Ulrich on Creating A Complex Story for Last Three Days [Exclusive Interview]

Brian Ulrich
Brian Ulrich directed Last Three Days

Last Three Days is a complex story about a cop retracing and picking up the pieces of his memories in the past 72 hours.

With a story that reverses and forwards storyline, the writing and directing must be carefully crafted in order the film to come together. In comparison, the movie has similarities with Christopher Nolan’s Memento, but with love, betrayal, and the Japanese Yakuza.

Director and writer Brian Ulrich had that difficult task. And, he got it accomplished.

The remarkable film stars Robert Palmer Watkins (General Hospital), Thomas Wilson Brown (Silverado), Deborah Lee Smith (Star Wars: The Force and the Fury), Roy Huang (Joyful Noise), and Gina Hiraizumi (Hawaii Five-0).

Here’s the official synopsis:

Jack is a police officer with a marriage on the rocks working undercover to take down a Japanese crime syndicate. One night things go south and he wakes up to discover he’s missing his partner, his wife, and the last three days of his life.

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LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with director and writer Brian Ulrich about his new film. We talked about how he carefully constructed the plot to make it into on coherent story. Also, he talked about using LEGOs rather than storyboarding to outline his ideas for the film.

For Brian Ulrich, Last Three Days marked his directorial debut. He worked on several short films, including Fishers of Men, Feisty Pets Mission Impossible, Life After Fred, and Chaisson: Quest for Oriud. He was a set builder and scenic artist for The Lego Movie in 2014. Additionally, he worked with How It Should Have Ended’s episode titled “The Lego HISHE” as a set designer and an episode of Star Wars: Go Rogue.

Last Three Days currently playing digitally everywhere.

Watch the exclusive interview with Brian Ulrich below. Let us know what you think.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Gravitas Ventures

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