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The film was executive produced by Gus Van Sant and John Cameron Mitchell.

He also directed the 2009 documentary conveys the story of the voyage Jonathan and his mother make to move her from Texas to New York City, where Jonathan has lived for many years. This was my side of our imaginary conversation, feel free to respond however you want, it can be totally unrelated, as you please.

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KT: Can you talk a little more about your interest in time travel? Long story short, I wish I had a time machine so that I could leave this time and go back to, I don’t know, 1950 and live until 1986.

JC: Well, I feel a bit like John Cusack in was made in relation to certain practical considerations (the need to move your mother to New York from Texas), but it my understanding that you have always wanted to make a classic roadtrip film.