Friday, December 01, 2017

Give Yourself Permission... To Love

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Oh god sorry for this post's title, I couldn't help myself. Anyway yesterday I told you guys about the brand new trailer for the movie called Permission, which stars Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens and Gina Gershon and Jason Sudekis and François Arnaud (and little François Arnaud) and David Joseph Craig and Raul Castillo and Bridget Everett and Morgan Spector - I didn't mention all of those names because there are a lot of good people in this movie, it takes awhile. Also I was too busy mentioning my own name since I got my very first critic blurb in the trailer (I reviewed the film at Tribeca this past spring) and I was kind of excited about that. Kind of. Anyway today they released the film's poster, which you see up top, and they put the trailer onto YouTube, so I can share it that way. Like, now:
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Permission is out on February 9th!
And if you guys see this trailer in the theater let me know!
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the trailer blurb...Very Cool! Ummm, i think her name is spelled Gina.

JA said...

OF COURSE -- thanks for catching that, anon :)

Anonymous said...

Congrats Jason. HFJ would have been proud too. Hope there'll be more in the near future!

Anonymous said...

Congrats on that blurb mention !which immediately precedes Rebecca Hall checking out Raul Castillo, who I didn't even know was in this dreamy lookin movie, but most importantly doesn't have his own category on here. I wouldn't want you to change a thing about this site but this needs to be amended.

guitreehill said...

Instead of the token gay side character, I wish they had Dan Stevens character experiment with dudes. That would have been more interesting.

JA said...

guitreehill -- Have you seen the movie? Your read might have been different then mine if so but one of the things I liked about it is that the "token gay side character" (actually characters, that should be plural) end up being much more than just side characters - I felt like their story-line ends up being just as important to the film as the leads. I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that the director is gay and that was done on purpose, but I haven't looked that interview back up since I saw the movie way back in the spring so don't 100% quote me on that. But there is a HOT GAY SEX SCENE in this movie, which I haven't even talked about!