Keanu Reeves is not one who likes to repeat himself very often when it comes to choosing projects, so directly after The Matrix trilogy he was resistant to do more science fiction so soon. That is until Richard Linklater came along with a script and concept so good Keanu could not refuse. Marcelo Pico (@marcelojpico) is Sam’s (@samshotfirst) guest to discuss this animated adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel A Scanner Darkly. Featuring one of Reeves’ very best performances, a stellar supporting cast with Winona Ryder, Robert Downey, Jr., and Woody Harrelson, and some of the most interesting work from Linklater — this is a film that is vastly under discussed.
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