ROBIN Test Footage Scene
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An American treasure gone too soon... a tragic ending. I hope this becomes reality.
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And a Mork line I will remember the rest of my life. Mindy picked up the phone and she said it was an important Call. Mork said;
Who is it, Mindy?
Been a FZ fan since the October 16, 1971 Zappa/Mothers Stony Brook late show. First album was Just Another Band from L.A., because it was the same set list as my first show, with the Flo and Eddie Mothers.
this vid here is INCREDIBLE. ACTING!
Jamie Costa as Robin
Sarah Murphree as Pam Dawber
Executive Producer/ Produced by Danny Peykoff
Produced by James McLean
Produced by Jamie Costa
Directed by Jake Lewis
Edited by Jake Lewis
Written by Sam Lewis, Jake Lewis and Jamie Costa
DP Marc Shap
1st AC Esther Woodworth
Production Design by Danielle Thompson
Make-up/Hair by Samantha Chapman (Also featured in the scene)
Sound by Mario Torres
Key PA Aurora McLean
Thanks to Cal and Kathy Pierce with Far Away Creations for Custom Wardrobe
Christopher Moore - Sound Mix
Andrew Gerlicher - Original Music
Adam Scott - Colorist
If you can play Robin Williams you are an actor.
... his depression, his drug and alcohol abuse, his "diffuse Lewy body dementia" (and the fact that this could become a motion picture) are of great interest. He's woven into the very fabric of our national collective consciousness. Just the same way that Shatner in Space is also interesting.
How's that? Hmmm?
Thanks for posting NJ. It is very appropriate for this forum.
It's a way to re-focus the attention on mental-health, substance abuse, and dementia. His depression and suicide are being talked about again. It's similar to when Michael J. Fox's celebrity status brings attention and interest to Parkinson's Disease, or when the celebrity status of people like Fran Drescher or Angelina Jolie draws attention to breast cancer.
Smart people who should know better understand and pick-up on these things. Others focus more on the messenger rather than the underlying message. (If you know what I mean.)
and still find his death sorroful and shocking
... I'll enjoy watching it!
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