JACK DYLAN GRAZER on the cover of our Autumn/Fall 2020 Issue in conversation with Chloë Sevigny.
“It was captivating to work with you. I remember when we were at the table
meet — I don’t know if you remember this, I don’t know if it’ll sound weird —
but I remember I was staring at you for a really, really long time and I was really
interested. I felt like I’ve never looked at somebody for so long and felt a
connection. And then you looked at me sometimes, but you didn’t know that I was
staring at you for like five minutes — but I was like staring at you for five minutes!
I was like ‘Oh my gosh, I can’t wait to work with her’ because I feel already this
connection, kinetically, from across the room… There was chemistry I’ve never felt
with any other actor.”
Out today on HBO, Luca Guadagnino’s eight-part series We Are Who We
Are follows a group of teenagers living at a US military base in an Italian seaside
town. Jack Dylan Grazer plays Fraser, a new arrival at the camp, who moves from
New York after his mother (portrayed by Chloë Sevigny), becomes a general. As an
intricate plot unfolds, we follow Fraser’s volatile relationship with her, the deep
connection he forms with Caitlin (Jordan Kristine Seamon), and how their
friendship group navigates coming of age in this pocket of America in Italy.
Exploring everything from family and relationships to politics, religion, sexuality
and gender, We Are Who We Are captures the chaos bottled up within the
constrained environment of the army base, shining a light on everything spilling out
that makes us human.
For our Autumn 2020 issue, Jack catches up with Chloë over the phone to chat
about everything from social media and the skaters they’re into, to their instant
connection, killing their scenes together, and the secret Chloë kept from them all
Actor JACK DYLAN GRAZER
Photographed by Shane McCauley
Styled by Gorge Villalpando
Grooming by Sonia Lee for Exclusive Artists
Interview by Chloë Sevigny
Production by Juan Doe
Editorial Director Huw Gwyther
Cover Design by Olivia Woodgate
Wonderland's Autumn 2020 Issue is available on NOW.