Director Rob Perez talks Josh Hartnett, Minneapolis life, new movie

Perez made nobody while living in Hartnett's Kenwood house

Rob Perez, screenwriter of 40 Days and 40 Nights, makes his directorial debut with a new film set in Minneapolis
Craig Lassig
Rob Perez, screenwriter of 40 Days and 40 Nights, makes his directorial debut with a new film set in Minneapolis

I won't say how nobody ends, but simply suggest that the last shot of the picture, the image of the hero walking into the sunset, only happens when Mother Nature aligns with the animal kingdom. The clouds hang low in the atmosphere, and the big orange celestial body my cinematographer likes to refer to in his bizarre Chilean accent as "the biggest light of them all" shines just so. Everything is working together, and you feel big and proud. It's here the movie gods might whisper in your ear: Not bad, but imagine what you could do on your second picture. 

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