Writer Patrick Ness and the Backstory of A Monster Calls
Movie Pilot shares the story of how Patrick Ness' A Monster Calls not only became a novel but made it to the big screen.
"Siobhan Dowd knew that she was dying of breast cancer, and so came up with the concept of a visiting monster being used to confront children dealing with grief." writes Redmond Bacon.
A beautiful piece over at Movie Pilot.
Liam Neeson Reads A Monster Calls
The role of Conor is a very demanding one, physically and emotionally. Lewis was so courageous, so present, so truthful.
MacDougall is fantastic in what should be considered an Academy Award-worthy performance.
Felicity Jones is absolutely devastating.
And if you need to break things, then by God, you break them good and hard. And I'll be right there. You might not see me, but I'll be right there, breaking 'em along with you.
One of the best films of 2016.
I saw this as a powerful and important story to tell as a movie – an adventure that anyone can relate to.
Belief is half of all healing. Belief in the cure, belief in the future that awaits. Your belief is valuable, so you must be careful where you put it. And in whom.