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|Mik Scriba||Trenchcoat Man|
|Nathan Mobley||Lab Assistant|
|Peter Mayhew||The Dead Man|
|Robert Siegel||Radio Interviewer|
|James Kerwin||Director, Editor, Executive Producer, Screenwriter|
|Kristopher Carter||Score Composer|
|Sara Curran||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Daniel Henning||Associate Producer|
|Sara Curran Ice||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Jill Kerwin||Associate Producer, Production Designer|
|Juniper Post||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Louis Race||Associate Producer|
Kerwin's Yesterday Was A Lie is a bold, imaginative film that challenges the viewer intellectually while winking at noir of the past. Kayleigh Brown plays Hoyle, a hardened PI looking for a notebook while trying to understand why. Chase Masterson plays an mysterious Singer who speaks in riddles but holds a key to everything. This a film hard to explain without hinting at what is going on. It is also hard to explain.
That said YWAL is a masterpiece. It embraces B/W and Noir with a golden touch. Every line of dialogue is wonderful and the subtle humor is laced throughout. Kerwin has created something special that needs to be seen many times and by many people. I do think it makes Donnie Darko seem like child's play. Revel in this mystery and love it!
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Posted November 30, 2010
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