Hannah Gross & Tuppence Middleton talk 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill'
Hannah Gross and Tuppence Middleton admit that they really liked the setting of Disappearance at Clifton Hill and getting to film in Niagara Falls. Tuppence says time sort of stands still when you're in Niagara Falls during the off season because it's the same day on repeat. She reveals that the view every morning and every night out of her hotel window was of the falls, which was amazing, but it didn't feel real. Hannah compares her character’s relationship with Tuppence's character in the film to her own relationship with her younger brother. Tuppence also talks about her role in the Downton Abbey movie and how welcoming the cast was. Meanwhile, Hannah, who has since shot a film with Viggo Mortensen as her director and co-star, describes that experience as "very dreamy." She describes Viggo and her Disappearance at Clifton Hill director, Albert Shin, as both being generous and humble individuals. Interviewer: Alexandra Heilbron Location: Toronto.