Many many many thanks to 'AOC' for emailing us the following information!
It's very possible that Veronika Decides to Die will open in Brazil on August of 2009 - judging by the poster that has been released by IMP Awards.
The film's Brazilian distributor has added a Gallery for the film, which includes five brand new photos of David.
The images featured in their gallery have been obtained by our staff in ultra high-resolution and will be added to the site and gallery tomorrow evening (courtesy of our lovely Tannim's impressive photo-hunting skills).
Remember, you are not here by accident; you are here on purpose, for a purpose. You are important. Your life is important. How you live is important, and it matters in eternity. - V.O.
I saw the trailer for this. It looks like a great movie to watch. Really insightful...
Looking for the book to read before the film comes out.
I like the glasses David wears in this film. Really fits his character. The glasses themselves look dorky, but when David wears them in this film, he makes them look undorky and make them suit his character well.
Here's to hoping that the movie will be released to one of the movie theaters around here and it'll go on the Five Buck Club about a month later (We have Kerasote Theaters).
Speaking of the glasses, they remind me of Geoffrey Rush from The Life and Death of Peter Sellers. I think he wore them or a similar style in that movie too...
- I cannot take credit for this. It's way too funny...
I just finish reading the book since my library had it (it was so short!) and it was really good! Definitely recommend reading the book before the film comes out.
So I was trying to find the book on Amazon.com and guess what I found? I found a copy of the book that's going to tie-in with the actual movie! I'm guessing they're going to release a copy to mimic the film because they were some minor differences from the actual book and trailer from the film that I noticed while reading.
Also, the movie has a Polish website, featuring a previously unreleased image of David. You cannot see his face, though. To find it, go to the gallery, and click on the eighth square from the left in the upper row.