A Few Minutes Discussing ‘The Enormity of Life’ With Writer/Director Eric Swinderman and Star Breckin Meyer

Posted in Interviews, Movies, VOD/iTunes/DigitalDownload by - July 22, 2022
A Few Minutes Discussing ‘The Enormity of Life’ With Writer/Director Eric Swinderman and Star Breckin Meyer

It can be a bit much at times….

On this very special episode we are diving into a piece of cinema that is available now on select virtual and VOD platforms that deals with some of the emotions so many of us out there are struggling with.  It’s time for The Enormity of Life.

After his life hits rock bottom, emotionally despondent Casey (Breckin Meyer,) decides to end it all. But when a timely phone call with some unexpected news about a substantial inheritance forestalls his suicide, it sets off a chain of events that just may save his life including meeting a quirky single mother (Emily Kinney) and her precocious, yet troubled, young daughter (Giselle Eisenberg,), who happens to have an unhealthy obsession with mass shootings. When his bipolar mother goes missing, Casey enlists their help, along with his selfish, estranged sister, Missy (Debra Herzog). And together, through numerous jarring twists and emotional turns, they embark on a journey of hope and healing in The Enormity of Life is a tender, poignant dramedy about life, love and the pursuit of lost innocence.

There’s a lot of poignant moments and genuine emotional honest in the film and we had the unique pleasure of sitting down with writer/director Eric Swinderman and star Breckin Meyer about the origins of the story and so very much more….

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David Voigt is a Toronto based writer with a problem and a passion for the moving image and all things cinema. Having moved from production to the critical side of the aisle for well over 10 years now at outlets like Examiner.com, Criticize This, Dork Shelf (Now That Shelf), to.Night Newspaper he’s been all across his city, the country and the continent in search of all the news and reviews that are fit to print from the world of cinema.
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