Reprinted from Hollywood Movie Times
Eugene Stryker, Hollywood Movie Times
“This film reminded me how hard some folks work on chasing their dreams,” Louis Moncivias told me after playing the role ‘Pony’ in the sci-fi gangster comedy Long Term Parking.
“It reminded me how many behind the scene hurdles have to be jumped, gone around, gone under or busted through to make them come true. It gave me an insight of what passion can accomplish when you set your mind to it.”
Moncivias was talking about bringing Mike Kearby’s novel Long Term Parking to life as a feature film. The film premieres at Houston’s ComicPalooza May 23rd at 8:00pm. He talked with me by phone from his home in San José, Costa Rica.
LM: This was a risky script! It pushes the levels of making some people feel uncomfortable with its content. But when I truly thought about it, I…
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