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Joyce Wong, Matt Greyson, Harry Cherniak – Wexford Plaza #TFF34

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Two different solitudes collide: the same story can change, if told through a different point of view.

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11 min. and 26 sec.

PODCAST | Angelo Acerbi interviews Joyce Wong, Matt Greyson, Harry Cherniak, director and producers of the film Wexford Plaza.

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Director Joyce Wong and producers Matt Greyson and Harry Cherniak tell us about their film and the visions they had while making it. A kind of personal tale for the director, who recalls stories of friends in the narrative of Wexford Plaza. The choice of showing a second point of view of the same story gives more depth and perspective, making the audience question what they have understood so far, and this is a good challenge for both film and audience to take.

Wexford Plaza: Betty works as a security guard in a desolate and depressing shopping mall. Besides the jaded panorama of her days, the fact that she is doesn’t fit society’s norms about bodyweight certainly doesn’t help her find her soul mate, who she unsuccessfully looks for using a social networking dating app. One day, at the mall, she meets Danny, who also has a load of problems, and it’s love at first sight. Unfortunately, things get complicated when a photo of a scantily dressed Betty becomes more public than expected.

  • Reporter
    Angelo Acerbi
  • Guest
    Joyce Wong, Matt Greyson, Harry Cherniak
  • Interviewee role
    Director and producers
  • Film title
    Wexford Plaza
  • Festival section
    Festa Mobile
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