January 28th, 2012

light fantastic

Dennis Quaid discusses Bahrani film at Sundance

From ComingSoon, starts ~6:17:

And from Playlist:
Speaking of shifts to digital, I understand you’re working on a film with Ramin Bahrani

DQ: Yes, I am. He's a very interesting cat. “Man Push Cart," "Chop Shop," "Goodbye Solo” -- he's just a very interesting director that I felt I needed to work with and see the story he wanted to tell. It takes place in Illinois, I play a corn farmer. Ramin just makes an interesting film. I haven't seen it yet. It's about the choices that we make in life. It's just this family that comes from a long-line of corn farmers and keeping family together [and asking] what is family?