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Thomas Haden Church Rolls On

6 May 2009 8:46 AM, PDT | | See recent IFC news »

A day after he traveled home from the sound of thunderous applause at the Tribeca Film Festival, Thomas Haden Church was driving through the pouring rain outside his ranch in Texas when he called to discuss "Don McKay." Church left knowing the darkly comic film about a janitor who rekindles a relationship with a high school sweetheart after hitting a dead end 25 years after the fact was "not going to be for everybody," but that writer/director Jake Goldberger's unexpectedly twisty take on why most reunions after that much time don't work was working for the audience. Much of the credit belongs to Church, who's long brought the pathos to his most bitingly funny performances. Church was all smiles at the film's premiere, which as an executive producer on marked his second effort behind the camera in a creative capacity, following his directorial debut on the underseen and underappreciated 2003 pot comedy "Rolling Kansas. »

- Stephen Saito

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