The other aspect that was important was that the play takes 30 minutes in real time. Thirty minutes in the life of the woman. Here, in my version, in order to diversify stylistically but also lighting wise the experience of the conversation this conversation takes place over four and a half hours where we begin when she is still trying to fight for him in this golden romantic sort of hue where the fishers start to show and the disappointment starts to emerge the sun is set and you have this blueish light when the affair emerges so does the night.
— Edoardo Ponti in this week’s Filmmaker Spotlight :