Andrew Dominika’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy was released back in 2016.
But in the years since, he’s had a bit of a run-in with the law for the film’s use of footage from The Silence of the Lambs.
That film’s director, Wes Anderson, has called it an “unbelievable” movie.
So it’s only fitting that in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Dominik has called out Anderson in an interview about his own film, the sci-fi drama Alfalfa.
Dominik talked about how Anderson was a bit hesitant to shoot the film in the way he wanted, and the director said he would have to change the film if he wanted it to be more than a “horror movie.”
The interview has since been edited for clarity.
In the interview, Dominika said he’s happy to be talking about his film with Anderson, and said the filmmaker has “taken on a very difficult and dangerous project with this film.”
The filmmaker went on to talk about his desire to use footage from the original film, which he said was used for a scene in the film that was “really good.”
“I want to use it in a way that it is as authentic as possible,” Anderson said.
“It was a really great experience filming this film with Wes, but it is a challenge.
I was really wary of doing that scene.
And then I came to realize that I was doing it, and I was able to do that scene in such a way as to be as authentic and as authentic-looking as possible.”
In addition to shooting a scene for the original Hitchhikers guide film, Anderson also wanted to include footage from another of the films original director, William Goldman.
But that scene was shot in a studio setting, and it wasn’t a good match.
Anderson told THR in an email that he thinks “a lot of films were shot in an office, and we did the same thing.
It was always a big challenge, because it was always different people doing different things.”