A Podcast with Amy Ryan, star of Gone Baby Gone and Jack Goes Boating
Here’s a podcast with Amy Ryan, Oscar nominated for Gone Baby Gone and Jack Goes Boating, which she was promoting in this particular case. The film is the directorial debut of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, who you can see in the photo to your left, accompanied by his dreadlocks. There were seven of us in the room with Amy and the occasion was brief, so we only had time for a few questions each, which probably makes my absolutely absurd first question either an utter waste of time or an utter waste of time. In my ongoing mission to get more people to see The Missing Person, which Amy produced, that film is the subject of my second question, and her answer will make even more sense when you hear part II of Noah Buschel’s podcast, which will be up quite soon (part I is here). As for Jack Goes Boating, it’s a small, odd film, based on a stage play, with awkward humor and even more awkward people. It’s playing in limited release now, and some of the questions asked by my colleagues will add to your understanding of the film. Hopefully.
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