So what does he do?
He basically hunts that person down. He follows them, stalks them and watches their every move to make sure they’re not going to the relevant authorities to report the situation. It gets to the point where he physically has to restrain that person. And then that person is, let’s say, held in captivity for a little while. Then Cameron decides that maybe he should think about this situation and let that person go. The person tries to escape though, which is when the chase ensues and the inevitable happens…
What was it like filming the chase?
I’m a little bit fluey at the moment and on medication, so I didn’t really need uphill running in the woods! Which is what it was. For take after take! But it’ll look great and it’s been shot in a really interesting way.
You see the villager appear in the woods and you assume, as a viewer, that they’ve shaken Cameron off and then Cameron just appears from nowhere and the person is dragged from vision…
So how does he feel after this latest killing?
Terrible. And disposing of the body is unpleasant. Carl was easy because the body was found and then taken away. But disposing of a cadaver is not a nice way to spend Christmas Day. So he’s upset and in shock and he wishes he could turn back time. The interesting thing about Cameron, though, is that even though he’s capable of doing these things, he still shows a vulnerability. It’s a bit worrying to say, but it humanises him a little bit and allows the audience to imagine themselves in the same position. I’m not saying you ever would be, but you know what I mean.