Sundance 2010 Video Interview: Co-Writer/Actor Anthony Deptula & Co-Writer/Director Michael Mohan (ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS)

James Wallace

by: James Wallace
February 5th, 2010

As much as film festivals are about getting to see notable films before they are released, they are just as much about discovering films you would not have seen otherwise. If Sundance is known for one thing, it is to be a purveyor of the truly independent cinema. A champion of the little guy. ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS is one of the little guys with a huge heart!

The film stars Anthony Deptula as Peter and Stephen Hale as Fischer, two longtime friends who spend a few days together in a church that Fischer lives in after Peter feels he must escapes the pressures of his long-term relationship. Yes, a church. And while it may be the house that the Redeemer built, Fischer likes to think of it as the house that Jim Beam built. Let's just say, things get a little rowdy, leading to one too many mornings of hangovers and regrets.

Check out our interview with Anthony and the film's co-writer/director Michael Mohan in which we talk about having a low budget, first feature debut at Sundance, the Bob Dylan influence on the title, the bromance factor of the film and more!

Interview by: James Wallace
Edited by: Chase Whale

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