"The character is very personal, because I also used to latch on to characters from literature ... as a way to get through going to a small suburban school where I didn't feel like I fit in, and I didn't feel like I was on the same page as everyone else," she said. "I felt like I was in a different world. I always wanted to escape that, and literature was a big way that I was able to do that. In turn, my film became my ultimate way of channeling my energy into doing something better."
"Once he felt that he was being drug under the car he excited the car, got out of the car and then let the car go," Miller said.