When it comes to documentaries about guerrilla filmmaking, this is right up there with American Movie for me. It perfectly encapsulates what it is to have a simple love of filmmaking, and an insatiable need to go out there and just make shit. I envy Giuseppe, and his fearless attitude of just making what he wants to make, whatever the hell that may be.
Saw this tonight at a special advance screening thanks to the Alamo Drafthouse! There was a simulcast Q&A with the cast and director afterwards, and I was lucky enough to get my question asked via Twitter. I even got to see the moderator butcher my last name right in front of Crowe and the Gos! The movie itself was pretty solid. It's a really fun 70's noir, and Crowe and Gosling are an awesome and hilarious duo. I don't know…