First See Girl Run review from deadCenter Film Festival yesterday, from Iheartpictureshows.com
This film follows Robin Tunney's character, a thirty-something married woman in the city who finds herself wondering about an old love that was never quite put to rest.
Every single character in this film was perfectly casted. Adam Scott (well known for his role in Parks and Recreation) nailed his role as a frog-drawing artist who is still following his dreams, and never seems to make you feel sorry for him. Jeremy Strong plays Robin's brother - an alcoholic with a broken heart who is living at home with their parents. Strong also plays his role perfectly - being funny and sad all at once.
The script is very well written - it had us laughing out loud just a few second in. We were so lucky to have writer/director Nate Meyer in attendance at our screening tonight. Following the film he talked more about the making of the film and his idea behind the script. He told us that so many films today focus on infidelity, and he wanted to make a film that focused on fidelity in a way that was unique and still captured the audience. We are glad to report that he did it with success.
This film will be showing again on Sunday night at Harkins Theatre in Oklahoma City at 8:15. Definitely make time to catch this film! If for some reason you won't be able to make it, we are happy to announce that this film will be in theatres in major cities this Fall and also on On Demand. It's always exciting when a quality independent film is given distribution opportunities to reach a wider audience and strengthen the quality of films today.