The Face of FictionJune 20th, 2013
This article appeared in the June 19-25, 2013 issue of SF Weekly. Brandon Reynolds, Managing Editor.
When a favorite book is brought to life in film, and a beloved character given flesh, it’s a shock when the Casting Director’s vision doesn’t jibe with one’s expectations. Did you ever imagine Keanu Reeves as Dracula’s Jonathan Harker, much less as a young Buddha? “Fiction” opens June 22 at Modern Eden Gallery.
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