Larry Pontius has Mac Rogers as a guest-blogger where Mac writes on writing and producing Honeycomb Trilogy.
Quadrophrenia is way more depressing than you expect from a rock 'n roll movie. I remember seeing it at a midnight show with friends. At the time I thought "This is a good movie, not really a rock movie." It's actually very well written, directed, and acted. Not an up picture though.
Remember back in the olden days when there was clamor for digital projection because of how much it would help independent film? Ha! Those days are gone. Of course, nobody at this point thinks that indy pictures work in theaters either.
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