Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Arizona Daily Wild Cat article

Arizona Daily Wild Cat - "Tarnation: America's saddest home video."


See the Tarnation Reviews & Links post for a complete list of articles about Jonathan & Tarnation.

8 Comments:

Anonymous pam said...

I just saw your film "Tarnation." I am so impressed by your bravery and your raw honesty and, despite everything, affection for all concerned. I'm the oldest of 5 of a mentally ill mother who alternated between being detached and being evil. She was never properly diagnosed, never properly treated primarily because she resisted all efforts. I think she was really afraid to find out and for others to find out how really crazy she was, so if anybody (including all of us) had a problem with her, it was entirely our problem. I could never do what you have done with our story and I could never treat it with the love that you managed to instill into such a nightmarish series of events. God bless you, Jonathan.

10:40 PM  
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your film is raw, and the feeling I got when I watched it, it's hard to pinpoint. Its almost like you were born to create. One of those films you watch and never forget, bc your one of those people, the kind that you meet and you always remember them. Thank you for letting people see your life, not everyone does that, especially in such a talented way.

6:29 PM  
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Blogger Tom said...

Jonathan I felt compelled to tell you after watching Tarnation, that you have something very cool and wonderful happening in your heart to love so much, for real! We are a rare breed. I won't say much of me except that I grew up in The City and now I'm in Seattle. I feel I'm not alone after losing my 2 brothers I feel alone being the middle of 3 and now none trippin Man. Some way though your film touched my heart, I can't explain it. Thanx Brother keep up the life art.Peace Thomas. Well Done

8:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what can i say other than absolutely awe inspiring. i saw tarnation for the first time last night. you have managed to survive the life you were faced with and succeed. i am doing my dissertation on the effects of parental mental illness on children and i'm sure tarnation will have a well-earned mention!
best wishes
jill

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Desde Argentina :
Increible tu pelicula, FELICITACIONES!!!!!!!!. Espero que tu vida mejore, porque muchas cosas buenas te esperan. El final que elegiste fue el mejor : esperanza. Aparte para la música : hermosa, acompaña cada una de las imágenes de la mejor manera posible.
Un abrazo de Rubén

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Milena said...

Hi. I'm Milena, I'm 15 years old and I'm from Argentina. I just saw your film and it let so much thing to thinks about the life. I mean, your strong and all the things that you had to get throught and sometimes one sayd "how can I go on after this or that?". You're such a example. The way you love your mum... I mean, I know that she's your mum! But I don't knowe if someone else do the same thing that you did in that case or situation.
Mmmm... i don't know what I wanna say with all this, but, anyway: i liked your film, the images, the music. but it's sad to think that it's true.
kisses, jon.
i wish that you can go very far... more
and sorry for my bad english

this is my mail
stokersmoney@hotmail.com

now, i have to put my books in my bag because tomorrow i'm going to school where some people doesn't know about people like you... they just live in a fantansy world.

11:05 PM  

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