Did you miss the world premier of Sick of it All at Raindance Film Festival? I know some of you did but don’t worry there will be plenty of time in January to watch it. Why? In some areas it is cold and miserable. No, that’s not the reason. The reason is Sick of it All already has a distributor and will be difficult not to put it your que to watch.
Sick of it All
I caught up with Brian McGuire, Writer/Editor/Director of the film and he was more than willing to answer a handful of questions.
What is next is something bigger than I have ever done before. I can not yet talk details just yet, but what is next is what I have been dreaming about and working for,for a long time. The cows are about to come home to roost and I promise you, I will shock the world.
There you have it folks, an interview with Brian McGuire, Director/Editor/Writer of Sick of it All.
You are correct, the film review…
I chose to review Sick of it All because of the movie poster. The poster in itself has the old Hollywood flair that I love. My first love of films are classic and second are independent films. Second the black and white film Noir. Did they reach the effect they were going after? I would say there are a few scenes in which I thought “YES” perfect, you did it. Then other scenes could’ve been more grainy, actually some of the scenes might have been better in colour but then it wouldn’t have matched.
The story plot? Antony Prince is a man selling his treasures on Ebay and selling funeral plots. That was very comical. Of course, he wasn’t good at it. Heck I wouldn’t be good at it either. Relationships are a mess and loved the third party spiritual advisor. Then you have L.P the boy that was kidnapped and is wise beyond his years.
Would I recommend the film? Yes it is funny and the ending is something else…
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