Ned Benson talks in the video clip above about his “first fan,” who happened to be Jessica Chastain, who loved a short he created so much that she joined his first feature-length movie, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, all before she became, you know, JESSICA CHASTAIN.
The movie arrived this summer, part of an audacious trilogy of movies cut from the same material from first-timer Benson, telling the story of a couple from each of their perspectives and also from both of them.
The movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year before being released in September to U.S. audiences by The Weinstein Company, in the United States. The film has grossed more than $985,000 so far.
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