Dean Movie 2017 – Demetri Martin San Francisco Interview – How He Made a Film with Kevin Kline, Mary Steenburgen, and Gillian Jacobs for Less than a Million
Dean Movie 2017 – Watch our in-depth San Francisco interview with Writer/Director/Comedian Demetri Martin, who stars alongside Academy Award® winner Kevin Kline in this comedic and heartfelt tale about a father and son coming to terms with love, loss and everything in between. If you need a break from all the summer blockbusters, head over to the Embarcadero Center Cinema in the city and check out the indie Dean, which has a Garden State-meets-Swingers-type feel, but is a unique, witty, and light-hearted “comedy about tragedy.” The film features some familiar faces including: Kevin Kline, Gillian Jacobs, Mary Steenburgen, Reid Scott, Rory Scovel, Christine Woods, Ginger Gonzaga, Beck Bennett, Peter Scolari, Briga Heelan.
Dean Movie 2017 -Dean (Martin) is an illustrator whose unwillingness to deal with the recent death of his mother means escaping his hometown of New York for an interview with an ad agency in Los Angeles. His retired engineer dad Robert (Kline) takes a more regimented approach to grief, including putting the family home up for sale. Both father and son set out on their own paths to find a new normal as unexpected circumstances and potential new love interests threaten to thwart all plans.
Dean Movie 2017 – In the video above, shot in San Francisco, Martin talks about the challenges of filming a movie for about a million dollars within three-week time frame. Though he couldn’t do everything he wanted to do as director, Dean still accurately conveys the realities of losing someone special, without being over-dramatic. The movie examines the impact of loss on current and prospective relationships, in a quirky yet authentic way. And we get to see that play out in his dad’s (Kevin Kline) world, as well as his. If you’ve lost someone or are close to someone who has, this is a film that you can see that will connect with you, and bring you more laughs than tears.