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LAFF interview w/ Lea Thompson on THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN

Lea Thompson, Madelyn Deutch, Zoey Deutch


THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN is an upcoming film directed by actress Lea Thompson and stars her daughters, Madelyn Deutch (who also wrote the screenplay) and Zoey Deutch.

I had Lea on the Show today to discuss her film, the beauty of creating art with your children, how the protracted process of giving birth is like making an indie film, and the type of film Woody Allen would make if he were a 20-year-old girl.

THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN will be having its world premiere at the LAFF on June 16th at 9PM. For more information go to https://www.filmindependent.org/la-film-festival/

To listen to my conversation w/ Lea click play on the embedded player below.

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