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Alter Egos (I) (2004)

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Explores the life and work of Ryan Larkin, as well as the making of Chris Landreth's short film Ryan (2004).

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Explores the life and work of Ryan Larkin, as well as the making of Chris Landreth's short film Ryan (2004).

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25 September 2004 (Canada)  »

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Chris Landreth says he wants to put his film Ryan (2004) up for an Academy Award nomination. The film ended up winning Best Animated Short Film. See more »

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Ryan: I'm just a castaway, some insect that drops through the cracks in the floor or something. I want that to change. I really am getting tired of nickels and dimes, you know.
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more emotion than expected
14 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

i viewed "alter egos" at a private screening with Laurence green present. the documentary, originally meant only to be a promotional tool for the animated documentary contained in entitled "Ryan," works as so much more. it is a credit to Laurence to have put together such an emotionally charged outlook on a fellow film maker, long-lost animator Ryan Larkin. Ryan went from Oscar contender to panhandler. the animated "Ryan" is shown in full at the end of "alter egos" as is Ryan larkin's reaction to it and conversation with its creator, Chris Landreth. it is one of the most insightful moments that i have seen in film. Laurence green has managed to create more than just a promotional tool--he has made a documentary every bit as creative and deep as the man and the film it is about.


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