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Interview with Dan Bush about The Reconstruction of William Zero and The Signal




Today our guest is Dan Bush the director and writer of The Reconstruction of William Zero. Out of fear that I might spoil the film for some of you I’ll default to IMDB for a description of the film. A geneticist wakes up from an accident with only fragments of his memory and is forced to relearn who he is via his twin brother. But as he digs deeper, he discovers he might not be who he thought at all. This is a great movie made by an incredibly talented filmmaker. The film is currently playing in limited release and available on VOD. I’m also joined by Howard Gorman of Cinema Chords for the interview. This is a film and an interview I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time. So of course my internet connection went to shit about half way through the recording and messed up the sound. I played with it for a couple hours and got the sound quality as good as I could get it. I’m sure somebody with engineering skills could’ve made it much better but I did what I could with what I had. Maybe it is time for a MAC. Do you subscribe to Following Films on iTunes? You don’t? Well what the shit? Get on it. Subscribe and leave us a review. And Check out William Zero it’s a smart sci fi thriller made for adults, a type of film that we rarely see these days and we don’t support films like this they won’t get made. If youre gonna torrent something make it one of the marvel movies. Leave the little guys alone. Enjoy the show. Here is a link to all the cities the film is playing and links to all the VOD sites.




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