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The film begins its New York theatrical run tomorrow, November 30th, at IFC Center. Jonathan Caouette: Oh thank you, I am more concerned about passing out at the moment…I’m on pain medication from a fall last week, I’m waiting right now for a lot of test results to come back…I hope it’s nothing too bad…I just turned 40 and had to cancel my celebration plans and have made two doctor’s visits and two trips to the ER just in time for the opening of . I’m only going to ask you a few questions then you should rest. Wells’ before, and I’ve also heard you’re working on a film about time travel.
Is there a connection between the title of the new movie and the 1966 song by The Left Banke? Well, actually in a nutshell—and I’m half joking about this—but for me, in a sense the film essentially feels like it could be an opulent DVD extra, an easter egg, on disc two, for a 20 year DVD (or whatever the format will be in 2024) anniversary of Tarnation…that I somehow traveled forward in time and stole it from myself just before I put it on that disc two DVD and then came back and just, well, presented it now in 2012. JC: I kid you not, and I’m not trying to sound like James Franco or anything, but I have seven projects in development, all of which are going to come down the pipeline as it were in beautiful even-keeled paced succession.
I love the subject and I am really interested in exploring it in a way that I don’t necessarily think has been done before; the idea of completely personalizing that story really excites me.
KT: And the relationship between time travel and cinema?
Your mother moved to New York in part because she was receiving inadequate medical care in Texas. I was so unbelievable gobsmacked grateful beyond words to have the opportunity to show the film as the work in progress at Cannes.
There seems to be an undercurrent in your work between cinema, time travel, and story-telling. JC: YES, but if I answer that all the way right now honestly and detailed I would be giving away the plot of the film, which I can’t do right now. Apparently there was a segment cut from the film that had to do with a Wilhelm Reich cult group called the Cloudbusters. But that version became re-tooled about three times just after that showing.
Malibu is one of those beach communities that everyone envisions when thinking about the Southern California coastline.JC: Well, I feel a bit like John Cusack in was made in relation to certain practical considerations (the need to move your mother to New York from Texas), but it my understanding that you have always wanted to make a classic roadtrip film.