'Stoker' Stars on Characters' Relationship, Working With Kidman

Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode discuss their roles in the new horror film.
3:00 | 02/28/13

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We're going to discuss a new thriller "stoker." It stars nicole kid nan. She plays a recent widow, named and mia wasikowska. And uncle charlie moves in. Let's look at a clip. What do you want from me? To be friend. We don't need to be friends. We're family. Okay. Tense, it's fair to say. Matthew and mia, joining us now. I sat down with nicole. She called this a stylized fairy steal horror thriller. It seems that would communicate many of those. How would you describe what we're about to see friday? It sort of fits into a number of different es. I guess it is a psycho sexual thriller. Something like that. Sorry. Matthew, the relationship between your two characters is really where this movie turns. How would you describe the nature of it? Without giving too much away. Without giving too much away. I mean, the film starts with a bereavement, a funeral. And I'm the uncle, they have never meant before. I spent 20 years traveling, which we find out may not have been the case. And it becomes kind of complicated. Infatuation. Infatuation going on. It's basically a coming of age story for your character. Yeah. And a love triangle between the three of us. The three of us. A great role for you. And one you battled for. There was a bit of a battle in the end? Colin firth was mentioned. I'll say it. He became incredibly busy. And the schedule couldn't work. So, I popped my hat. Just good spirits. And it was a process. It did get quite competitive. Not only did itou to a wonderful creative american city, in nashville. Mia, what led you to the role? I like to do something different. And it was different from what I'd done before. And to work with a director who a brilliant, original talent, was exciting. Park chan-wook, phenomenal. Doesn't speak english. You would think the subtlety and nuance of being able to communicate would help. How did he get past that? With a tremendous translator. I don't speak a lick of korean. And he understands more than he lets on. And you know, you have a steak restaurant and put a couple whiskys in him and he really can --

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