Also: despite what the poster shows, don't expect much out of William H. Finally--and this is a very filmic nit-pic--the whole film is shown from Walter's POV, except for one brief scene featuring his mother at the store. The humor is offbeat for sure but that's the way I like it. A lot of it has to do with being stuck, so many people can relate to the characters even as quirky as they may be.It does expand a bit on her character, but so little is given to her elsewhere, and this is the only alternate POV scene in the movie, that it distracts and interrupts the flow of the film. There is awesome character development and they all evolve from the beginning to the end. Don't let any preconceived ideas about heaven, hell or the son of God stop you from seeing this movie. I was surprised at how multifaceted the character is and, as a fan of the show and audience member, how many mixed emotions I had in regards to the decisions he makes, what he does, his viewpoints and his philosophy on survival. Q: You actually didn’t know you were reading for the part of Gareth during your audition. So, when I flew to Atlanta, I knew absolutely nothing about this character.
But don't many of us, in everyday life, make snap judgments about who is going to heaven and who is going to hell in the firm belief that our judgments are based in objective truth? I will definitely be watching it again and recommending it to everyone! If you aren't familiar with Andrew (Andy) West, you won't forget him after this masterful performance.
Andrew J West se consacre à la comédie à l’âge de 20 ans.
Full disclosure: I love this movie because it is, among other things, a love letter to Indianapolis. An excellent film reminiscent of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"and "Being John Malkovich". I am truly baffled by the criticisms of people asking, "Is it a comedy? " Whatever emotions it evoked in you or themes you identified with, that's what the film is. Although they appear to have meaning in the beginning... This is a unique comedy drama full of great performances.
There's Main Street in Speedway, Long's Bakery, and most touching for me, Holy Trinity Church (where my grandparents, parents and I worshipped and which the Archdiocese closed last year). ), I've been suspicious of independent films, but Walter has soul (both the character and the film as a whole). Great writing, great cast, and a very thought-provoking movie! "Watler" reminds me of "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou".
D’abord figurant sur le petit écran (Rita Rocks, Privileged), il est, en 2008, l’un des personnages récurrents de Greek.
Sous les traits du jeune Fisher, il joue le petit ami secret de la belle Amber Stevens, alias Ashleigh Howard.
Le temps de quelques épisodes, il campe le jeune docteur Christian de Nip/Tuck et participe aux tournages des pilotes Who gets the parents ? En 2013, il est à la tête du court-métrage Walter, au sujet d’un garçon persuadé d’être l’un des fil...
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I think that has gone a long way in contributing to Gareth’s ability to survive for as long as he has. A: It was the scene in which Gareth greets Rick, Michonne, Daryl and Carl, and welcomes them into Terminus.
So, it was a fascinating scene to shoot because my character is meeting these characters for the first time and I was just meeting the actors also.
Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: A mild mannered ticket-taker at a movie theater believes himself to be the son of God with the responsibility to judge whether people will spend eternity in heaven or hell.