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It is Fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE.
Directed by Crispin Glover
David Brothers
Produced by Crispin Glover
Written by Steven C. Stewart
Starring Steven C. Stewart
Editing by Molly Fitzjarrald
Crispin Glover
Distributed by Volcanic Eruptions
Release date(s) January 23, 2007
Running time 74 minutes
Language English

It is Fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE. is a 2007 experimental film funded and directed by Crispin Glover. Production is credited to Glover's Volcanic Eruptions company.

The film was written by and stars Utah writer-actor Steven C. Stewart, who also appears in What Is It? He died of complications from cerebral palsy in 2001, only one month after principal filming wrapped.

Glover has said that the script was in the style of a 1970s made-for-TV movie, and said in an online chat that "It's an autobiographical, psycho-sexual, fantastical retelling of [Stewart's] point-of-view of life." Aside from the opening and closing scenes that were filmed in a nursing home, It is Fine. Everything is Fine! was shot entirely at David Brother's sound stage in Salt Lake City, Utah. Glover has stated that it is "probably the best film [he'll] ever work on in [his] entire career."[1]

It Is Fine is the second film in a planned trilogy, with the other two titles being What Is It? and It Is Mine.

This film premiered at the Egyptian Theater in Park City, Utah on January 23, 2007 for the Midnight screening as an official selection of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Crispin Glover and David Brothers were in attendance, as well as many of the cast and crew. Glover and Brothers introduced the film and conducted a lengthy question and answer period after the film.

References

  1. ^ "Glover's 'What Is It?' aptly describes film". The Salt Lake Tribune. July 2005. http://www.utahcityguide.com/entertainment/878.asp. Retrieved 2007-02-23.  

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