The Emmy-winning director of "True Detective" had a tough time creating his latest movie in Ghana, West Africa. The film "Beasts of No Nation" is about a child who is recruited by guerrilla soldiers. "The amount of former combatants I met who had killed, and were living completely normal lives was astounding," revealed the HBO director in the latest issue of Man of the World magazine in the USA. Fukunaga noted that the movie, starring Idris Elba, was shot in "the most difficult place I've ever made a film," he told the magazine. "To the point that to be surprised every day about the stuff that was happening wasn't surprising," added the 37-year-old. Fukunaga's next project is an adaptation of Stephen King's scary clown-based thriller "It". Pictured: Cary Fukunaga seen in issue ten of Man of the World, photographed by Caitlin Cronenberg Splash News and Picture Agency does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Any downloading fees charged by Splash are for Splash's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any Copyright or License in the material. By publishing this material , the user expressly agrees to indemnify and to hold Splash harmless from any claims, demands, or causes of action arising out of or connected in any way with user's publication of the material.