I don’t know if we will be able to show everything.
I remember a couple of scenes I would look over at what was going on in the scene and I would be like, ‘What the eff? What are we doing? How is this legal? It’s grounded and real, too; it’s not like torture or gore for no reason,” he said. “It’s literally, that is what would happen and we are trying to show it. It would not work on network television, let me tell you that.
|—||Steven Yuen also commented on the premiere, saying that that some of the scenes filmed in the train car were so intense, he thinks they’ll be heavily edited by the time we get to see them:|