by Robyn Washington, Hollywood Movie Times
Just off Union Square on the southern edge of Midtown Manhattan Natasha Straley and Gary Lee Mahmoud reunited at the Hale and Hearty to regale me with stories from the film shoot of LONG TERM PARKING. Both New York actors flew into Texas to lens the outrageously irreverent mobster movie last year.
GLM: Irreverent? My first thought was how absurd it is.
NS: Not it’s not. It’s darling. The script doesn’t shy away from being silly and in some cases a little offensive.
NS: It’s all in good fun. There’s a lot of dark things happening in our world today. I think it’s good to occasionally step back and remind ourselves how important it is to keep joy in our lives.
RW: I’ve heard it was a fun shoot, despite the inclement weather.
NS: The ‘earthly’ cast got hit with some…
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