6 thoughts on “Blue Like Jazz The Movie

  1. Did you see me and my daughter on the front row of the church scene?

  2. Dude, read the book. I’ll lend you my copy by mail, if that’s what it takes.

  3. I wasn’t terribly impressed with the book, so a cinematic version doesn’t stir much interest in me. However, I have long been a fan of Steve Taylor, so that might cause me to consider watching it sometime.

  4. Donald Miller’s an interesting guy. His recent book A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life talks about the beginnings of the movie project in a self-consciously pomo, self-reflexive way — he tells the story of how he works with the filmmaker to tell the story of his life based on another book about his life (Blue Like Jazz, I assume, though that book goes unnamed) that wasn’t actually a story. Sometimes strange but very interesting.

    1. Cokesbury Harrisburg – Sometimes strange but very interesting. I am intrigued. Thanks for the response!

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