My review of The End Of The Tour (click here), at Crosswalk.com, about journalist David Lipsky‘s days-long intimate interview with renowned author David Foster Wallace, on the final leg of Wallace’s 1996 book tour for his magnum opus “Infinite Jest” .
The End Of The Tour is ranked #20 (tie) in the Honorable Mention section of my Top Ten List for 2015.
An excerpt from my review:
“…an intellectually and philosophically invigorating experience…much of this tour’s conversation may sound like a downer, particularly as much of it is rooted in Wallace’s lifelong battle with depression, but what emerges from it – and him – is the hopeful longing that honesty will bring healing.”
To read the rest of the full review, click here.
Now available to purchase and rent via streaming at Amazon, and for download on iTunes
Theatrical Release Date: July 31, 2015
Rating: R (for strong language, including some sexual references)
Run Time: 106 min
Director: James Ponsoldt
Cast: Jason Segel, Jesse Eisenberg, Joan Cusack, Anna Chlumsky, Mamie Gummer
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