Best selling novelist Jonathan Lethem (Fortress Of Solitude, Gun With Occasional Music and As She Climbed Across The Table) screened Your Good Friend and has kindly written an advance praise blurb for the EPK and poster etc.
"Your Good Friend is so warm and so sly, and what an unusual combination those two virtues make! I was thrilled by the way the film crew subtly edged into the frame by the end, making a literal analogue to the way the viewer has been edged from his complicity and identification with Jules into something a bit more uneasy while never unsympathetic ... Masterful."
After a morning of writing romance I went to the SFIFF and saw Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights" The movie is a demanding, unique adaptation, bravely spoken in the voice of the filmmaker. I was deeply impressed, and totally immersed in a world which had little to do with the language of Bronte but everything to do with the novel's spirit. Not since the Polanski Macbeth have I seen such a truly cinematic adaptation of a classic. For anyone who loves Terrence Malik or Ken Loach this is a must.
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