Director Seth Craven has taken the tender, lovely Jordan Crane comic The Last Lonely Saturday and has turned it into a film! I have not seen it yet, but just the still above is getting me choked up, so that's probably for the best.
Like our tiny 4" X 6" book, the film, too, is a tiny eight minutes.
Like the (nearly) wordless panels of Crane's novella, Craven's movie has no dialogue.
And, like Crane's comic creation… this film will probably make me cry!
The Last Lonely Saturday makes its film debut this Friday, August 12th as part of the HollyShorts film festival at the Laemmle's Sunset 5 in West Hollywood [8000 Sunset Blvd] at 5:00 PM. Bring tissues.
[ and thanks to our friends at comicsworthreading.com for the tip-off! ]