I went last night to the Wellington, NZ, premiere of the movie, "Edwin: My Life as a Koont". Four of my friends had bit parts in it. See, there you are, senior citizens are, indeed, needed occasionally
The movie was taken recently to a comedy festival in Los Angeles and it won its lead actor, Bryce Campbell, the 2013 Best Actor Award. He was presented with the award last night.
What a nice evening I had, sitting by my friends and seeing a movie that had some very funny lines in it. I recognised so many of the places, both in New Zealand and in Los Angeles. There was much nudging going on as a friend's living room, artistic painting endeavour, and acting skills were shown to, well, if not the world, at least the packed house at the Paramount Theatre. Ah, you're a real triple threat there, girl!
The foyer was thronged with the glitterati. The mayor, Celia Wade-Brown was there - she has a small role in the film. I also spotted Jamie Selkirk oscar winner-film editor-and co owner of the Roxy Theatre in Miramar (another triple-threater?).
A good time was had by all. So, congrats on making the movie, guys.