‘WEST HOLLYWOOD’ – ‘The Westwood Man’ – Trailer Review
By now you’ve seen the trailer for The Westwood Woman.
In it, the film’s star, Dax Shepard, gets the kind of love and respect you might expect from someone whose film is about an estranged mother who finds her daughter on a remote island with the help of her own husband.
But it also contains a story about a man who wants to leave his wife and mother to raise his own daughter.
This is The Westwoods Man.
Now the movie’s director, Steve Sussman, has written a letter to the writer of The Westberg Woman, an article that has landed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times and has been shared over 1,000 times.
In the letter, Sussmann writes: As you know, I have been working on The West Woods Man.
The first trailer I made, with the film, The Westridge Woman, was my very first work of art, and it is a masterpiece of visual storytelling.
The script, the script and the story have been written and filmed.
I’ve spent countless hours reading, writing and rewriting the script over the past decade.
I have worked with countless actors, crew members and producers, and have been the recipient of countless hours of praise and love.
So now, in my last few days before I pass away, I want to share my gratitude to all of you for the support you’ve given me over the years, the love you’ve shown me over time, and the affection I’ve always felt for you.
And I want you to know that I have never been more grateful for the opportunity to work with you, or the work you’ve put into making my film.
Sussmans letter to The West Bergmans.
The West Hills Ca.
CA: 1330, Beverly Hills, California.
Written by Steve Siegelman.