A conversation about 13 conversations *SPOILERS*

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by JohnS, Nov 20, 2002.

  1. JohnS

    JohnS Producer

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    I finally got a chance to see 13 Conversations About One Thing, and found it to be a really good movie.
    A real gem of a movie.
    I think there are a few under linings in the movie, which I haven't fully picked up on yet, which when I listen to the commentary(by writer, director and editor) tonight, I'm hoping I can get a full assessment of the film.
    But I will say that I immensely enjoyed Alan Arkin and his part of the story about the lottery co-worker and "Mr. Smiley"
    Jason Whyte,
    I know you found this to be the best film of the year so far,(atleast I thought you did, just saw you down graded it[​IMG]) so I'm hoping you can put your creative insight in this thread, and actually make this an "official" thread, since there wasn't one made during its theatrical run.
     
  2. Elizabeth S

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    I saw this theatrically, and this is definitely still in my Top 3 for 2002. I've been recommending this every place that I can.
    I feel I could use a refresher viewing of my DVD on order before delving into detailed discussion; however, just wanted to second the [​IMG] .
     
  3. Kevin Clemons

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    I agree with the statements in this post and find it to be simply the most ingenius and insightful film of the year. I had the chance to interview the director Jill Sprecher and she is an absolute delight....
    My interview with director Jill Sprecher
    Kevin
     
  4. BarryS

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    Great movie. One of my top picks for this year. This one needs to be seen a few times to pick up on all the subtleties. Very deep film.
     

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