In this episode I sat down with Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson, director of SUMMER WHITE. We discussed the authenticity of an autobiographical narrative, the challenge of casting a child actor and non-professional actors in a market dominated by soap operas, the importance of balanced and honest characters instead of just good vs evil, how secrets can fester, and Raymond Carver influences. SUMMER WHITE premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition.
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