by paul fox
In Everything’s Gone Green Paul Fox directs a script by Douglas Coupland where a man realizes that he’s stuck in a dead end in his life. Funny and beautifully shot, it had a good balance between the humorous and the serious as what it’s really about at the core is personal ethics and how we live our lives. I like the performances, the quirky characters and situations and seeing a film that was unashamedly set in Vancouver, British Columbia.
FYI: Paul Fox's previous film was plugged here as The Worst Box Office Grosser of 2005. Didn't see either, but the trailer played on a loop at AFF registration (with a Black Mountain song) and I was tempted to see it to free me from the repetitiveness.
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