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Daniel Radcliffe calls The Woman in Black "a character-driven horror film"
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Written by Red   
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 17:42

Daniel Radcliffe was interviewed on his work as Arthur Kipps in the upcoming thriller, The Woman in Black, with Total Film magazine, where he discussed the film's themes of loss and grief, and how it is more character-driven than just cheap thrills. The film is set for an October 28, 2011 release.
"It's one of the great challenges, to get people to buy me as something else."

Radcliffe's character, Arthur Kipps, is "a father and a widower- two things I don't have direct experiece of."

"I would call it a character-driven horror film, along the line of The Orphanage or The Others" said Radcliffe. "It's slow-burning and it's very, very scary."

"It's about loss, family and fear... The overriding sense of death pervades the entire film."