Originally posted by Stari
Originally posted by free_spirit
I'm sorry to dissapoint you but the film Interstellar will not be released.
According to Jose Escamilla there are some financial issues yet to solve
besides the piracy threat is a reality that even Vividas can't solve.
Well free spirit, I don't know where you are getting your information from but it is false.
When I started this thread back in June I received the teaser from
Jose Escamilla himself who his my personal friend. Then the trailer
film posted in his TBLN pay per view website and I posted the link.
I was told by Jose that the Interstellar film would be released on
July 8 following the Roswell celebrations and it was announced.
But complications postponed the release without a new date. Later
there was a temptative new date but still was not solved. Now Jose
is optimistic to finally release the film on August 25 on pay per view.
I hope this time there will be not more delays so we'll see. I must
say that I have seen many negative responses and skeptic opinions
here regarding the film by reviewing the trailer and I think it's just
natural due to the complex nature of the story and images.
I also reacted skeptical when watching the trailer and my impression
was: This must be a science-fiction story, a strange and fascinating
one but definitely fiction. But that was because the trailer don't give
too much of the story or the characters involved so it is like one of
those movie trailers where they keep you in suspense so
you got interested to see the movie and find out what's about.
I can't vouch for the authenticity of the images in the film or the
content of the story. I know Jose Escamilla is a serious filmmaker
and an honest researcher. I think Jose has some aces under his
hand with this film but that's my huntch. So why don't we give
Jose Escamilla the chance to show the world his new film and
then everyone make a judgement based in all posible interpretations.