In an interview with The Breakfast Club radio morning show on Tuesday, Davidson opened up about his struggles with depression and how Cudi’s music inspired him to keep living.
“Cudi’s the best out of all of them,” the standup comic, 22, explained. “He saved my life. I would have killed myself if I didn’t have Kid Cudi.”
“I would have killed myself. Absolutely 100 percent. I truly believe if Man on the Moon
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Directed and written by Josh Mond
Starring Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Mescudi, Ron Livingston, Makenzie Leigh, David Call
A hedonistic twenty-something must come to terms with personal responsibility in the face of his mother’s battle with serious illness.
Painting a painful and believable account of modern city life, this impressive release from Josh Mond (Martha Marcy May Marlene) sensitively brings about a fire-brand of emotional intensity from page to screen.
The eponymous White (Christopher Abbott) is a directionless young man living from day-to-day in New York city. His sense of reality is troubled by the news of his estranged father’s death. Supported by his ever-loyal best friend Nick (Scott Mescudi), James also has to deal with his mother’s ongoing battle with serious illness. Cynthia Nixon (best known for Sex in the City) is compelling as James’s mother Gail, offering an honest and
Directed by Josh Mond.
Starring Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Mescudi, Makenzie Leigh, and Ron Livingston.
James, a twenty-something New Yorker, struggles to take control of his self-destructive behavior in the face of momentous family challenges.
There is a moment during a brief but terrifying hospital visit where the titular son, James White, increasingly gets more argumentative and confrontational with the various workers in the hospital that are attempting to care for his stage-four cancer-ridden, recently widowed mother, and outside of the scene depicting some of the most powerful and genuine emotion we have seen on the silver screen this decade, it is also one of the most personally affecting scenes I have ever witnessed in a movie.
Without going off om too much of a tangent, I suffer from a disease called Muscular Dystrophy Type-2, with one of the numerous, frustrating side-effects being a weakened immune
I had the chance to speak with Mond upon the release of his debut, which arrives in limited theaters on November 13th. We discussed the personal connection everyone had on set, the intense camerawork, crafting one of the year’s most emotional scenes, finding the ending, being inspired by James Gray, Joachim Trier, Denis Villeneuve, and Wong Kar-wai, and more. Check out the full
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Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson, with a terrific supporting cast that includes Elisabeth Moss, Juno Temple, Giovanni Ribisi, Kevin Corrigan, Merritt Wever, Scott Mescudi, Ty Simpkins and Eden Duncan-Smith in Meadowland, Reed Morano's subtle and intense directorial debut. John Leguizamo, Ned Eisenberg and a memorable non-speaking guest star in a cameo can be seen both here and in Michael Almereyda's thrilling Experimenter, evoking the "Familiar Stranger".
As a cinematographer, Morano had worked with Misty Upham on Courtney Hunt's complex Frozen River and her composer Adam Taylor did the score for John Wells' furious family drama, August: Osage County, in which Upham has one of the most chivalrous and applause-deserving scenes.
Olivia Wilde as Sarah in Meadowland fully goes there. Photo: Reed Morano
Morano's meadow is a place where the worst parental nightmare blooms.
“The thing that was new to me was being able to make a lot more decisions that I had always wished I’d had control over. It was a lot more work because I was Dp-ing and directing, but it was so gratifying and so fulfilling,” she told Variety last night. She chose “Meadowland” — which stars Luke Wilson and Olivia Wilde
James White is a powerful new drama entering on the troubled title character, played by Christopher Abbott, an exciting young actor known recently for his work on the TV series Girls, and in the superb 2011 indie movie, Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene. After an impactful debut at Sundance earlier in the year, the film arrives in the UK at the BFI London Film Festival, with it firmly wedged in the Love category. Told from an almost first-person perspective, the story begins in his native New York City, where it immediately becomes apparent that White’s father has recently passed, and the young man isn’t coping particularly well with it, or life in general. As well as grieving his father’s death, White also has his mother’s battle with cancer to contend with. With the treatment affecting her memory,
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The drama screened in April at the Tribeca Film Festival. In her review, Sheila O’Malley (rogerebert.com) said Morano’s movie, “shows a strong visual style, at times overwrought and hallucinatory, at other times quiet and focused. The acting is terrific and grounded, without the expected theatrics or huge breakdowns. Grief is an enclosed and very silent world. That’s the thing that nobody tells you about it, and that’s the devastating process shown in “Meadowland.”
One of the must-see movies of 2015, the cast includes Olivia Wilde, Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, Elisabeth Moss, Ty Simpkins, John Leguizamo, Kevin Corrigan, Merritt Wever, Scott Mescudi, Mark Feuerstein and Juno Temple.
In the hazy aftermath of an unimaginable loss, married couple Sarah (Olivia Wilde, Rush) and Phil (Luke Wilson, The Skeleton Twins) come unhinged, recklessly ignoring the repercussions. Phil,
We said in our review, “With authentic performances from the ensemble, this process of healing (as destructive as it may be) effectively comes across, but as we dive deeper into the abyss of loss, the story strays from its grounded realism and becomes too contrived to fully convey its intended emotion.” Also starring Giovanni Ribisi, Elisabeth Moss, Ty Simpkins, John Leguizamo, Kevin Corrigan, Merritt Wever, Scott Mescudi, Mark Feuerstein and Juno Temple, check out the trailer below.
In the hazy aftermath of an unimaginable loss, Sarah (Olivia Wilde) and Phil (Luke Wilson) come unhinged, recklessly ignoring the repercussions. Phil starts
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