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An Interview with Taylor Jayne, Star of The Night Monica Came Back

by Mike Haberfelner

November 2016

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Your new movie The Night Monica Came Back - in a few words, what is it about?

 

It's is about a bunch of campers and their camp leader (Pops) who go into a forest and relive one of Pops' stories.

 

How did you get involved with the project?

 

I got involed through the Nothern Star Acting Company through Teen Tribe which I am a part of, and went on a glamping trip (the horror camp) which was organized by Eirian Cohen [Eirian Cohen interview - click here].

 

Do talk about your character for a bit, and how did you prepare for her?

 

I play Martha, who is a part of the group of teens and  whohappens to be a first aider. I didn't have much time to prepare for my character due to the fact of script problems (I didn't get the script until the night before) but I was very fast at learning it. I dedicated a lot of free time, when not doing little workshops I would be going over the script. After learning the script some of the tribe (who weren't doing a scene) got seated in a field not far away from the pods we were staying in.

 

The Night Monica Came Back features horror icon Laurence R. Harvey from Human Centipede 2 and 3 - so what was it like acting opposite him?

 

some of the cast of The Night Monica Came Back:

Harry Sugden, Sharon Melo, Kayla Leigh Holdsworth, Taylor Jayne, Jacob Ian Brayshaw, Barnaby Edward Skelton

Working with Laurence R. Harvey was an amazing experience and it taught me new skills like on-scene crying, it didn't really come on very well but I practised a lot and I learned that even if you do cry sometimes it might not seen real so it wasn't a massive priority, haha.

 

From what I know (and I was there), you didn't only shoot a movie but this was part of a "horror camp" - so do talk about some of the other activities and workshops you did at the camp!

 

Well as workshops go most of them helped build up skills and confidence and they did but were also very fun, I had an exceptional time learning with other aspiring actors and actresses. We did a workshop with a tense game, where 1 was loose and 6/7 being nervous almost scared. It was really engaging to that you can change so fast physically when you actually pay attention.

 

So talk about the shoot as such for a bit, and the on-set atmosphere!

 

The atmosphere on set was so much fun and just watching the scenes from behind was astounding, watching everyone's technique was a thrilling experience. It was quite cold that day so when not fliming everyone was just so caring and just wrapped up under these cosy sleeping bags. We moved to a different location and it rained on and off during the day so some scenes were very dramatic, but the rain had perfect timing.

 

If there was another horror camp or whatever-else camp again next year, would you at all want to join again?

 

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Yes definitely, this experience has had a massive impact on me and if I ever had another chance to do this I wouldn't think twice about it.

 

Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?

 

I would just like to thank you to Eirian Cohen because if she hadn't mentioned this to me I wouldn't have been a part of the film, and it made me feel involed even though I had only been with the agency for less than a month.

 

Thanks for the interview!

 

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