Tuesday, January 18, 2005

House of D

You wanted more David Duchovny....you've got it coming.

This movie is written and Directed by David and will star.....David along with Anton Yelchin, Téa Leoni, Robin Williams, Erykah Badu, Frank Langella, Magali Amadei, Zelda Williams. That is certainly not a bad cast. Apparantly David has been holding back another side or two of himself.

The Story: A comical and touching story of a man looking back at his childhood in 1970s Greenwich Village.

An American artist living a bohemian existence in Paris, Tom Warshaw (David Duchovny) is trying to make sense of his troubled adult life by reflecting upon his extraordinary childhood...The year is 1973, and thirteen-year-old Greenwich Village native Tommy Warshaw (Anton Yelchin) is on the brink of becoming a man. While his bereaved single mother (Téa Leoni) continues to mourn the death of his father, Tommy escapes his own grief by causing trouble at school and making afternoon meat deliveries with his best friend Pappas (Robin Williams), a mentally challenged janitor. Following the romantic advice offered by Lady (Erykah Badu) - incarcerated in the infamous Greenwich Village Women's House of Detention for shadowy reasons - Tommy even experiences his first taste of love. Yet when an unexpected tragedy radically alters his world, Tommy must make a life-defining choice - one that will compel the adult Tom Warshaw, thirty years later, to confront his unfinished past.

Vividly capturing the spirit of youth in all its joy and heartbreak, HOUSE OF D examines with humor and pathos a boy's harrowing coming of age and the manner in which it defines his adulthood. Sensitively directed by Duchovny and bolstered by affectionate portrayals from a talented cast, HOUSE OF D is a winning, hopeful story about overcoming loss and coming to terms with one's past.

I like David and hope there is something to this first movie he created totally by himself.



"Wow, my hands are as big as her ass!"



"I cannot believe Dad found my Playboy Magazines!"



"I don't know how it happened David, I just said sometimes I wish I was older"

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