Worth Watching - Feb 11: Ramin Bahrani's Goodbye Solo Trailer
There's one film that has consistently remained on my mind since I first saw it at the Toronto Film Festival last year and that's Goodbye Solo. It was suggested by Eric Lavallee of IONCinema and I caught a screening and was astounded. It's such a wonderful and affecting film in so many ways and I can't suggest it enough. It's about Solo, the happiest cab driver you'll ever see, who picks up a fare that wants to be dropped off at a mountain in two weeks. From there, the story unravels itself, and it's fascinating to see what someone with a free spirit like Solo does. This is one of those indie gems I wish I could show everyone!
Watch the trailer for Ramin Bahrani's Goodbye Solo:
For more info, head over to the official website: GoodbyeSoloMovie.com
Goodbye Solo directed by indie filmmaker Ramin Bahrani, of Strangers, Man Push Cart, and Chop Shop most recently. The screenplay was co-written by Bahrani and Bahareh Azimi, of only Chop Shop previously. This first premiered at Venice and Toronto Film Festivals last year and was picked up by Roadside Attractions for distribution. Goodbye Solo will arrive in limited theaters starting on March 27th.