Ahead of its release in Canada next month following festival debuts just before COVID-19 struck, Philippe Falardeau’s My Salinger Year is due to get its first trailer imminently, having been […]
Ahead of its release in Canada next month following festival debuts just before COVID-19 struck, Philippe Falardeau’s My Salinger Year is due to get its first trailer imminently, having been rated today by Alberta Film Ratings. Expect more news on this hopefully very soon…
New York in the 90s: After leaving graduate school to pursue her dream of becoming a writer, Joanna gets hired as an assistant to Margaret, the stoic and old-fashioned literary agent of J. D. Salinger. Fluctuating between poverty and glamour, she spends her days in a plush, wood-panelled office – where dictaphones and typewriters still reign and agents doze off after three-martini lunches – and her nights in a sink-less Brooklyn apartment with her socialist boyfriend. Joanna’s main task is processing Salinger’s voluminous fan mail, but as she reads the heart-wrenching letters from around the world, she becomes reluctant to send the agency’s impersonal standard letter and impulsively begins personalizing the responses. The results are both humorous and moving, as Joanna, while using the great writer’s voice, begins to discover her own.
Starring, Margaret Qualley, Sigourney Weaver and Douglas Booth, the film is released soon – with U.S. release date and UK distribution to be announced.