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Director Mark Levin and screenwriter Jennifer Flackett
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Reviewed by The Cubist on June 16th, 2006
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They consciously wrote their movie in a way that it had to be shot in New York City and could not be doubled in Toronto as is commonly done. They talk about how the two lead child actors were cast – Hutcherson was the first person who read for his role and they wanted him right away while Ray had never acted before, answering an ad in a newspaper. Levin and Flackett acknowledge Woody Allen as an obvious influence on their movie, citing Annie Hall specifically, and also When Harry Met Sally. This is a pleasant track as they take us through various aspects of their feature film debut.
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