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Tracey Heggins on Quirky Roles


The latest issue of Filmmaker has a cover story on Medicine for Melancholy. Here's an interesting quote from Tracey Heggins:

"Hopefully we can have stories where there's a quirky weird girl who just happens to be black or a girl who falls in love with the neighbor across the street -- just keeping it about the story instead of what the color of the actor is. That's what I'm searching for, roles that are like this film."

I, for one, can't wait to see how her career evolves. She's definitely got the talent to make big in Hollywood as well as in the indie scene. It would be extra nice if she did a mix of both. Whatever the case, check out the full article, it's a good read.

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7 comments:

8thlight said...

I want to see this movie sooooo bad! :(

Lisa Charleyboy said...

Cool I am gonna check it . . .

Yvonne said...

I can't wait to see this movie. I might even see it in the ....theater! I expect big things from Ms Heggins in the near future.

SolShine7 said...

She does a great job in it! Totally quirky and fun.

thatquirkygirl said...

I saw this movie on IFC demand it was great! I loved it :)

Ehav Ever said...

So many people have been talking about this film. I really have to get my hands on it. Is it on DVD yet?

SolShine7 said...

I'm not sure. You can check out the official website at www.strikeanywherefilms.com