Jason Martin: I am Jason Martin and I was hired to direct the trailer for Realtime Movie. It’s a trailer that appears alongside other trailers in a movie theatre to kind of subvert the idea of the movie trailer, because the movie it’s promoting, Realtime Movie, doesn’t actually exist. It only exists in terms of a live performance. So when people watch the trailer and go along to the event they might find themselves within the context of the trailer that they saw previously. Pawel Althamer: We designed it as a half an hour of acting. Situations made by the group of actors. The image of that should be nothing special happens. We are mixed with reality. Jason Martin: There are about 8 different characters, including Jude, who is somehow the focal point around which all the action revolves. Business Man: Yeah it’s good news… everyone’s really excited to get you back on board, yeah… we need to sort out a few bits and pieces but we’re more or less done… Jude Law: I was surrounded by a cloud of flames. But soon I realised that in fact the fire burned within me. I was seized with joy and experienced illumination beyond description. Pawel Althamer: There is a jogger. There is a woman making pictures. There is one lost tourist looking for a place of attraction, maybe Tate Modern, maybe this performance. They need to disappear between so-called reality. Then we have already mixed languages, of two different levels, to make it as one. There is a level of visibility which is one of communication. How to communicate to the people, how to switch their perception on. And through this one movie star, this recognisable person, we can build a bridge between the movie and reality. The utopian point of view is to make people as independent actors and directors. That should be the finest reason for the performance. Like they discover they don’t need to be guided by artist, by trailer, by anybody. They can design their own point of view. That would be the best reason, like very creative one.