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An Interview with Meredith Mohler, Star of Children of Sin

by Mike Haberfelner

April 2022

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Your new movie Children of Sin - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


Children of Sin is about two coming-of-age siblings that get sent to a conversion camp by their violent soon to be stepfather. They pretty much immediately realize something is wrong with this camp! Emma is a strong-willed sarcastic bad ass, who is just honestly done with life in general. She doesnít think she deserves to be at the camp, and has no problem making that clear! She has more fight in her than you think!


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Meredith Mohler can we find in Emma?


You can find a lot of Meredith in Emma! I mean a lot! From her snarky sarcastic remarks to a lot of the trauma that she goes through with her her soon to be stepdad (I wonít say more on what that trauma is). It was really easy to relate to her, and what she was going through. To get into character I just tried to remember what it was like when I was in a similar situation, and let it flow through me. When I first read the script I knew I was meant to play Emma because I am Emma.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place, and what drew you to the movie's subject matter?


Writer/director Chris Moore [Chris Moore interview - click here] actually sent me the script, and said he wanted me for Emma. I read the script, and loved it! I told Chris after Triggered I would work with him on anything, so there was no hesitation on accepting the part! What drew me in about the story was how real yet not too serious it was! I mean it deals with some serious subject matter, but still manages to make you laugh occasionally! Of course the idea of a conversion camp intrigued me, being from the Deep South theyíre something thatís always terrified me. I mean we forget those places are real!!


What can you tell us about Children of Sin's director Chris Moore, and what was your collaboration like?


I canít say enough good things about Chris Moore! Heís an extremely talented man, and a sweetheart! Heís not an overbearing director at all. He lets the actors feel it out themselves, and if he doesnít like it he fixes it. Chris and I have been working together for a long time now! He and I are comfortable with each other, so itís super easy to work with him! Heís just super laid back, but also super professional at the same time!


Children of Sin isn't the first time you've worked with Chris Moore - so what can you tell us about your previous movies together, and how did the two of you first meet even?


Chris and I first met when I was 16 and I played Dainty June in a production of Gypsy that he was starring in/producing! We got along famously, and got to be somewhat friends! At that time, unknown to me he was writing a movie called Triggered about an over the top SJW. A little while after Gypsy he sent me the script, and asked me if I liked any of the parts. Of course I loved Callee! The attention seeking nutjob that just wants to be noticed. What actress couldnít relate to that a little?? Long story short I got the part, and had a blast working with Chris! Triggered was such a success for both of us that I knew I would work with him on anything. He even wrote me a little cameo in A Stranger Among The Living just to include me!


Back to Children of Sin: What can you tell us about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


That was the most laid back fun set Iíve ever been on! From the moment I walk in it was all hugs, and jokes! My castmates and I all got super close! We even have a group chat, and still talk regularly!


Any future projects you'd like to share?


I have actually been doing more modeling than acting lately, but Iím dying to to something soon! I am in three shows with The Detectives dinner theater, and that has been a blast! Go check out their Facebook page to see about shows!


What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


I saw my mom in a show when I was 6, and that was that! I knew what I wanted to do with my life! I have been acting in anything I can ever since! My all time favorite role is Kendra in Gloria - talk about an emotionally complex show! As far as formal training goes I have taken many an acting class, but my mother taught me pretty much everything I know! She has a theater teaching degree, and has taught me so much! I wouldnít be doing this without her!


According to my information, before breaking into the filmworld, you've done lots of theatre work - so what can you tell us about Meredith Mohler the stage actress, and how does performing in front of a live audience compare to acting in front of a camera? And which do you prefer, really?


Like I said earlier Iíve been acting since I was 6, so Iíve been at it a while!I played everything from Annie in Annie to Rizzo in Grease to Helena in A Midsummer Nightís Dream! One of my favorite roles was Josie in Elf the Musical. Performing for a live audience is a whole different beast than performing for a camera. Thereís a lot more pressure, and fear of something going wrong. Itís a lot different on a set when you can do retakes. There is something about an audience that a camera will never give you! Thereís a whole energy thatís intoxicating! I love doing film, but my heart will always belong to the stage!


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to Children of Sin?


Iíve done a lot of indie and student films that you probably havenít heard of, but they were a great experience! I love doing that kind of work! Have I mentioned Triggered enough yet??


How would you describe yourself as an actress?


Well Iím definitely method, but not so method I have to stay in character backstage, or between takes. I try to draw from my own experiences and try to be as empathic to my character as possible. If I canít understand what theyíre going through no one will.


Actresses (and indeed actors) who inspire you?


Ever since I was little Iíve always loved Audrey Hepburn. I mean of course sheís stunning, but sheís so much more than that! She was a humanitarian, and one of the most talented actresses ever! She always had class about her. I would love to be half the woman she was one day!


Your favourite movies?


My all-time favorite movies are tied and completely different! They are Breakfast at Tiffanyís and A Clockwork Orange. Like I said totally different. Breakfast at Tiffanyís is obviously because of Audrey, but I also always loved how free Holly was! She was a woman who did whatever she wanted, and I loved it!! As for A Clockwork Orange, what can I say? I do enjoy a bit of the old ultra-violence.


... and of course, films you really deplore?


Look Iím just gonna say it. I hate Ladybird. I mean hate. There is nothing good in that movie. Itís all flat. Thatís all Iím going to say!


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