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GRANT COGSWELL ON WHAT IT’S LIKE TO HAVE HOLLYWOOD MAKE A FILM ABOUT HIM
July 29, 2010, 11:59 am
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The Stranger
Grant Cogswell, the former Stranger writer who ran for City Council, is the subject of Stephen Gyllenhaal’s Grassroots, which is still shooting here in Seattle. The writer has gone back to his Stranger roots and published an article about what it’s like to have a period of your life deconstructed and reenacted for the big screen. He writes, “People now have asked me a dozen times a day since I came back to Seattle last month what it feels like to have a movie being made about my life. They can’t imagine. I tell them neither can I, but it is nevertheless happening.” To read the full article, follow the link.

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