Tommy Wiklund

review wither

Editor’s note: Rob was so moved by his screening of Wither at the 2013 Stanley Film Festival that he was inspired to present his review in a very special format: as an imagined dialogue between its co-directors Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund. Enjoy. A coffee shop, sometime in 2012, somewhere in Sweden Sonny Laguna: Tommy my friend! Thanks so much for meeting me today. Tommy Wiklund: Well 200 voicemails are hard to ignore, Sonny. What can I do for you? SL: I have an idea for our next movie. TW: Is it the Heidi remake where she’s bitten by a rabid squirrel and then eats her own grandfather? I already told you I wasn’t interested in that one. SL: No no, it’s better. But we’ll come back to that later. This is a completely fresh idea that came to me while watching the latest Josh Wheaton film.

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