Just the other day I was reading Geek Monthly's "Revenge of the 80s" issue, which features an article about some filmmakers putting together a documentary. Their subject: the influential but reclusive John Hughes, the "J.D. Salinger of American film directors," and the resonating themes of his work.
Unfortunately as of today, we know how their film ends.
The movie, called DON'T YOU FORGET ABOUT ME, follows their search for Hughes, and features interviews with former cast members and others (such as critic Roger Ebert and directors Kevin Smith and Jason Reitman) whose lives and films were shaped by Hughes' celebrated filmography.
|Extra Tidbit:||Favorite Hughes movie? Definitely PLAINS TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES.|
|Source:||Don't You Forget About Me|