We Go Way Back

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We Go Way Back
Directed by Lynn Shelton
Produced by Peggy Case
AJ Epstein
Written by Lynn Shelton
Starring Aaron Blakely
Maggie Brown
Basil Harris
Amber Hubert
Robert Hamilton Wright
Music by Laura Viers
Jason Staczek
Cinematography Benjamin Kasulke
Edited by Lynn Shelton
Michelle Witten
Production
  company
Geisha Years, LLC
Release date(s)
  • January 2006 (2006-01) (Slamdance Film Festival)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United States
Language English

We Go Way Back is a 2006 American film starring Aaron Blakely, Maggie Brown, Basil Harris, Amber Hubert and Robert Wright. It was written and directed by Lynn Shelton.

Plot[edit]

A young woman who has just been offered her first leading role as an actress is confronted by the specter of her thirteen-year-old self.[1] The dialog between the 23 year old actress and her younger self begins in memory, and then climaxes in an apparitional experience with the specter of her own, repressed, precocious youth.[2]

Production[edit]

The film began shooting in 2004 in Seattle.

In 2009, the company Geisha Years LLC was formed by Shelton specifically to purchase the film from TFC Productions 1, LLC, which was the original producer for the film. Geisha plans to secure a distribution deal for the film.

Cast[edit]

  • Aaron Blakely – Jeff
  • Maggie Brown – Kate-at-13
  • Basil Harris – Pete
  • Amber Hubert – Kate-at-23
  • Robert Hamilton Wright – The Director
  • Sullivan Brown – Jeremy
  • Russell Hodgkinson – Frank

Reception and awards[edit]

  • Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography – 2006 Slamdance International Film Festival
  • Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature – 2006 Slamdance International Film Festival[3]

We Go Way Back has been described by critics as "polished" and "impressionistic".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ We Go Way Back (2005); New York Times Online, retrieved Jul 12, 2009.
  2. ^ a b [1]
  3. ^ We Go Way Back, awards; New York Times Online, retrieved Jul 12, 2009.

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