Exclusive Interview: Biff Bam Pop Talks To The Cast Of Moon Point
Last week the Queen and I had a chance to watch the Canadian indie comedy Moon Point, staring Nick McKinlay, Paula Brancati, Kyle Mac and Kristen Gutoskie and directed by Sean Cisterna. The film follows 23-year old Daryl and his friend Femur on a quest to find Daryl’s elementary school would-be sweetheart, Sarah Cherry, now an actress filming a horror movie in…Moon Point. Traveling via a wagon hooked up to Femur’s electric wheelchair, along the way the duo meet up with an eccentric cast of characters, including the freespirited Kristen.
I dug the trailer for the film right when I saw, and the Queen and I wound up enjoying Moon Point quite a bit. The script is funny, the acting across the board is solid, and the landscape is pretty darn gorgeous; it is Canada, after all. The movie doesn’t go where you think it will, which made it even more of an enjoyable watch.
Check out the trailer for Moon Point below, and then after the jump you can watch our exclusive interview with Sean Cisterna, Nick McKinlay and Paula Brancati from the film. Our chat was a lot of fun, as you’ll see. The three of them had a natural chemistry and I believe it shows up.
Thanks to Sean Cisterna, Nick McKinlay and Paula Brancati for their time and the great talk. As well, thanks to the folks at Anchor Bay Canada and Amberlight Productions for helping make our interview happen.
Posted on August 6, 2012, in Andy Burns, Andy Burns/Andy B, General, interview, movies and tagged Anchor Bay, Andy Burns, biff bam pop, Canada, Canadian, canadian indie, comedy, entertainment, indie film, interview, Moon Point, movie, Nick McKinlay, Paula Brancati, road movie, Sean Cisterna, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.