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About the Movie
Peter Bogdanovich was a household name before directors were stars, a “boy wonder” of the movies. One Day Since Yesterday follows the life and work of this maverick film icon, from his early skyrocketing success with Oscar®-winning films like The Last Picture Show (1971) and Paper Moon (1973) to his polarizing persona to his burgeoning love affair with Dorothy Stratten. A young star of his romantic comedy They All Laughed (1981), Stratten was also its sparkling inspiration. In August 1980, she was murdered. Powerful conversations with the director himself, as well as intimate interviews with friends, family and renowned actors and filmmakers – including Jeff Bridges, Cybill Shepherd, and Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson and many more – reveal a man who was often revered, deeply loved and sometimes hated, a man who battled the studios, and one whose devastating loss would eventually reshape his larger-than-life career.
My favorite documentary!!
Bill Teck has delivered a masterpiece. If you love popular culture, or music, or the 1970s/1980s golden age of cinema, then you'll love this incredibly moving experience. I thought I knew Bogdanavich, but then I saw this film. Beautiful.
Execellent doc on one of my favorite directors!
One Day Since Yesterday explores the career of Peter Bogdanovich and his underrated, bittersweet comedic masterpiece They All Laughed (a film that still needs a rerelease) The documentary is rendered in an artful, humane fashion with a detailed look at Peter Bogdanovich's legacy and how his life and career was forever changed by They All Laughed. I interviewed director Bill Teck for The Road to Cinema Podcast where we discussed the making of the doc. His passion, dedication, and enthusiasm for telling this story and sharing Peter Bogdanovich's legacy is why the doc has such a personal and intimate feel.
A riveting look at Bogdanovich
Bill Teck and crew have peeled back the years to reexamine a “lost” work, Peter Bogdanovich’s “They All Laughed,” a movie whiched altered his career forever. Boggy is open and vulnerable in the retelling of the history, which hinges on the murder of lead actor/romantic interest Dorothy Stratten. This is a seminal doc about the eclipse of one of film’s most phenomenal talents.
- Genre: Documentary
- Released: 2014
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