Some Days Are Better Than Others.


Some Days Are Better Than Others, the debut feature from renowned artist and music video director Matt McCormick is due for an Australian release in the upcoming few months. Produced by Neil Kopp and David Allen Cress of Paranoid Park, Old Boy and Wendy and Lucy fame and staring James Mercer of The Shins and Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney (and not to mention the score by Matthew Cooper aka shoe-gazer musician extraodinaire Eluvium), this little indy film that could may become one of the sleeper hits of 2010. Considering the talent in this collaboration and the raw emotion behind the recently released trailer, all signs are pointing to Yes.

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