Hi Teresa and Mark,
I just watched your movie The Ever After and I'm really glad I got to see it.
Actually I was looking for 2:37 but I couldn't find it, and then I saw that Teresa did this movie and I wanted to see it. I saw Mark in Laggies which I thought was very good
What I liked the most about the movie is how genuine it is. In this day and age where people either have fake lives on social media or they are very negative on random forums -- it really helped seeing a movie that's honest about relationships and marriage. Relationships can be very nourishing yet they can also be brutal at times. Marriage is like finding your own family -- but at the same time there's a lot (a lot!) of sacrifice.
I'm in college and we are studying about 5 dimensions of health. Spiritual health is central to physical, emotional, intellectual, and physical health.
I go to movies a lot but lately it hasn't been the same. There's a lot of blockbusters that make money but at the same time you feel like you're watching one movie over and over again.
Movies like this are important because they remind us why it's important to be genuine when creating with people, and not give up on our creativity.
Thank you both (and everyone else who helped make this movie)