It takes a lot to bring a film from the page to the screen, and one seldom-discusses aspect of that transition is the storyboard. For a film as stylistically stunning as STOKER, the imagery that bubbles up from the conception to the final scene is exceptionally strong. For a look into that process, the New York Times have a few interactive pages of the STOKER storyboard on their website, along with commentary from director Park Chan-wook, the master himself. You can read all about it here.
STOKER is expanding on Friday: for a list of theaters near you, check out our Theater Post.