“Don’t Breath” is a Horror Movie set in the dark – so to speak. Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette) and Money (Daniel Zovatto) make their living as thieves who break into the houses of the wealthy. As Money get’s word about one specific house where the owner (Stephen Lang) received a six-figure insurance settlement from a freak accident where he lost his beloved daughter who got mowed down by a wealthy teenage girl, the three decided to do one last break in to set them off for a new future. As they are watching the house which is in a barren deserted neighborhood of Detroit, they discover that the owner is blind and think he’s an easy target. What they don’t know however, is that the blind man – whose name is never given – is a veteran and isn’t as helpless as he seems. Quite the opposite! The trio get trapped inside the house after they make a shocking discovery and as the cards turn, they have to fight for their lives….Will they make it out alive?
“Don’t Breath” which has many disturbing twists opened up in the USA on August 25th and has dominated the box office since.
Film Inside met “the blind man” Stephen Lang for an exclusive Interview in Los Angeles. He opened up about how hard it was to play this character which comes from a dark place, what he would do if he would get blind, where he get’s his adrenalin from and what really scares him!
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About Stephen Lang:
The 64-year-old Stephen has as a stage actor great recognition and has shaped a formidable career on and off stage from the Unites States and abroad. He became widely knows as a film actor with his performance in “Gods and Generals” (2003) and extremely well known with his acclaimed performance as Colonel Miles Quaritch in James Cameron’s “Avatar” (2009) and of course he is will be a part of Avatar 2, 3 & 4.
2010 Swarthmore awarded him an Honorary Degree from College (he graduated there in 1973 with a degree in Eglish Literature) in recognition of his distinguished career in theatre, television and film. He also received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letter from Jacksonville University and was an artist in residence at Northeastern University in 2011. 2015 he served as a Jury Member for the Woodstock Film Festival.
Stephen married Kristina Watson, a costume designer and teacher, on June 1st 1980. Together they have four children, Noah which is a film producer, Grace, Lucy and Daniel.