BOOKER'S PLACE: THE REVIEWS ARE IN
The Tribeca Film Festival is officially over and our film, "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story" is in mid-theatrical run in Los Angeles and New York. We were delighted with the entire experience and I thought I'd share a pile of reviews. We currently have a 100% Tomatometer rating at Rotten Tomatoes. Thanks to their aggregating the reviews, I won't have to cut and paste every single link.
Click here to go to the official Tomato page for Booker's Place. This will lead you to all the necessary reviews that are out there.
And click here for a Vimeo link to an appearance that Yvette Johnson and I did on Democracy Now this morning.
Finally: below is the official trailer for our movie. But don't just watch the trailer. Read the comments thread below the trailer. The level of discourse we seem to have inspired is at once hilarious and appalling. As the headline in an English newspaper put it after George W. Bush was re-elected: HOW COULD SIXTY MILLION PEOPLE BE SO DUMB?
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Posted by Raymond De Felitta at 8:53 AM