by indieWIRE (July 8, 2007)
If John Hughes were to make a film of small-town teenagers who occasionally burst into song, he still would be miles away from Richard Wong’s little-indie-that-could, “Colma: The Musical”. Written by HP Mendoza and directed by Wong, “Colma” is a musical loveletter to their hometown and to teenagers struggling to find their voice. Boosted by loving New York Times and Variety reviews, Roadside Attractions opened the film July 6th. Director Richard Wong talked to indieWIRE about how the film came together.
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