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I loved it, but I have a bias, I knew the director for a short time and actually gave him some feedback on the Joe character.
I actually knew Peter Wellington while he was working on the script, and proof read it for him and gave him as much feedback as I could on the Joe character, who I the narcissus that I am, believe is loosely based on me.I was quite the macho ass-hole back then and somewhat of a bad boy.My girlfriend at the time was somewhat like Josephine. But once again I'm flattering myself. I have a very bad temper that I'm still trying to get a grip on and Peter had seen me lose it one night and was more than amazed. I really helped him out a lot in regards to how Joe, who is less than a happy camper would lose his temper.Peter is an extremely intelligent, insightful, funny, and highly creative individual with great talent and I am extremely proud to have had the pleasure to get to know him as well as I did that wonderfully strange summer in downtown Montreal.I deeply and sincerely wish him all the best in all of his future endeavors whatever they may be.
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