DON’T MAKE ME GO – Review by April Neale

Don’t Make Me Go is an emotionally charged example of a conflicted “buddy film” between a father (John Cho) and his teenage daughter (Mia Isaac). Their poignantly packed road trip brings unshared truths, undiagnosed medical calamity, and feelings of abandonment hemmed by moments of fun, life lessons, and a shared love of Iggy Pop’s The Passenger, a portentous upbeat song that serves as the running theme of this film.

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WEEK IN WOMEN: Hannah Marks to direct THE SWIMSUIT ISSUE – Brandy McDonnell reports

Actor-filmmaker Hannah Marks, who recently co-starred in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, is set to direct The Swimsuit Issue for LD Entertainment and American High. The script, which was a standout on 2014’s Black List, centers on a nerdy high school lad who considers himself an amateur photographer and attempts to create a Swimsuit Issue to raise funds for summer camp.

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