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DAW is set to a Q&A after the screening of her new movie “Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You’ next October 02nd, at Laemmle’s Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills at 7.30pm. Tickets are free, if you want to attend the screening you can RSVP at the Laemmle website.
The official movie Facebook page has news on screening dates and theaters. “Someday..” will be released next October 02.
Based on the best selling novel by Peter Cameron, Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You is a funny and heartfelt film about a vulnerable yet precocious teenager named James (played by extraordinary newcomer, Toby Regbo) with a deep appreciation for the world and no idea how to live in it.
Living in New York City, the child of divorced parents (Marcia Gay Harden and Peter Gallagher) who may be better served examining their own lives, James rejects all the assumptions that govern the adult world around him, including the expectation that he will go college in the Fall.Grappling with his future, his sexuality, and his screwed up family, including his 20 year-old memoir-writing sister (Deborah Ann Woll), James looks for solace in his books, the untraditional ways of his eccentric grandmother (Ellen Burstyn) and the wisdom gained while running with his therapist (Lucy Liu).
Thanks once again to JeanVigoFilm we have now a few more promotional pictures of Jessica on her upcoming movie “Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You“.
JeanVigoFilm has posted on their Facebook page the official trailer for “Something This Pain Will Be Useful To You”. The movie will be released next February 24th.
Two promotional stills featuring Deborah was also released, you can find them in the gallery.
Roberto Faenza’s adaptation of Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You was also very nice. It’s a delightful upbeat movie and probably the closest thing to an adaptation of The Catcher in the Rye we’re ever gonna get, as the lead character is basically a gay Holden.
It’s a strange movie though – I’m not even that familiar with Faenza’s Italian works, but from that little I’ve seen this movie doesn’t look like a Faenza movie at all. Of course Faenza was one of those hopeless directors who tried to buy the rights to The Catcher in the Rye for years so maybe he accepted this adaptation because of that, despite it not really being a good fit for his style.
Very good cast too – Marcia Gay Harden is hilarious and the kid is quite remarkable.
Oh, and Deborah Ann Woll is gorgeous. So is Zhang Ziyi. And Noomi Rapace is very pretty too.
Review and picture credits: differenzeartistiche.tumblr.com
Deborah was today at Rome Film Festival promoting her new movie “Un Giorno Questo Dolore Ti Sara Utile” (aka Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You) and I have a few mq pictures for you:
I just realized I didn’t had added the scans for “Shape” magazine here, yet. So here you go…
Also, I added scans for Entertainment Weekly “Sexy Beast” battle, out a few weeks ago.
Found this gorgeous pictures of Deb on set of her new movie, “Someday This Pain Will Be Useful”, taken last September 13 in New York. Doesn’t she looks adorable?
The Italian production starts shooting today in Central Park, New York City.
The Oscar-winning actress joins Marcia Gay Harden, Toby Regbo (Harry Potter), Lucy Liu (Charlie’s Angels), Stephen Lang (Avatar) and Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood) in this coming-of-age story. Italian financiers including RAI Cinema are fully financing this adaptation of the teenage novel by New York-based author Peter Cameron, which was a bestseller in Italy. The novel tells a Holden Caufield-ish tale of a teenager working in his mother’s pretentious Manhattan art gallery, where he finds himself accused of sexual harassment. Roberto Faenza is the director and the producer is Elda Ferri (Life Is Beautiful). It’s a wholly Italian-financed production, partly financed by RAI Cinema.