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About the Movie
Miles, a writer from Los Angeles, doesn't believe that relationships can last for him...so they don't. Stuck in a rut with his writing, riddled with loneliness and frustration, overdosing on self and acting out as a solution, Miles attempts to reignite his connection with Julia, his longtime, on-again-off-again, ex-girlfriend. However, when Julia finally warms up to the idea and things begin to move in a healthy direction, Miles battles his deepest beliefs, while struggling to stay positive and not sabotage their relationship.
Rose doesn’t have many Miles to Go
Wonderfully acted and directed film. The cinematography is gorgeous. Give this one a watch.
As the writer/director of this film, I undoubtedly have to give it a positive review. But that doesn’t always mean that as the filmmaker of a film, you feel like you did what you set out to do. With MTG I believe we surpassed our expectations. I certainly know this is how I feel. If you are looking for an introspective character study, that offers lots of laughs along with the drama, then you have come to the right place. If you are a fan of indie cinema, of true indie filmmaking, then you have come to the right place. This film was inspired by all the indie films that came before it, and it is dedicated to all the indie filmmakers who are out there struggling to make their first feature film. I would also like to pay homage to my father, the late-and-great Mickey Rose (co-writer of “Bananas” and “Take the Money and Run” and more…), who executive produced this film, because he believed in me and that I had something to say through my art and films. He loved this film and got to see it in the theater and would be so pleased to see that it made it out into the world. I realize this is more of a push for those who care, to check out my film, but as I said in the beginning line, as the filmmaker of this film, I undoubtedly have to give it a good review. I think this is a great film and stands up on its own against all the other films that are in the same genre and ballpark. And for the cinephiles out there, some of my greatest influences in making this film are: Francois Truffaut, Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach, Andrew Bujalski, Bradley Rust Gray, John Cassavetes, Greta Gerwig, Mike Mills, The Duplass Brothers and Joe Swanberg to name a few… Some of these listed filmmakers were more inspirational and informing of the fact that I could go out there and make my film; whereas other were more critically influential in my growth as a filmmaker. But they all have been very inspiring in their crafts. Thanks for checking out MTG and I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it… - Quincy Rose (Writer/Producer/Director)
Miles to go
Great film. Great characters. Well done!