Last Night In Rozzie, the story of a lawyer named Ronnie (Neil Brown Jr.) who tries to grant his childhood best friend Joey’s (Jeremy Sisto) dying wish, took me by surprise. I wasn’t expecting to be personally affected by this film, but the drama featured excellent performances (including Nicky Whelan as Joey’s ex-wife) and an immersive narrative that packed a punch during its lean and mean 80 minute run time.
Director Sean Gannet and writer Ryan McDonough were also forthcoming and amiable during our chat, which actually lasted a lot longer than I anticipated. I also asked McDonough a spoiler question regarding Joey’s fate during our interview, and that clip is available for our CinemAddicts Patreon members.
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Intro to the interview starts at the 1:50 mark. Actual interview starts at 11:31.
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Tags: Jeremy Sisto, Last Night in Rozzie, Neil Brown Jr., Neil Whelan, Ryan McDonough, Sean Gannet