William Wegman

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Tonsil Song

Film Review by Dean Duncan Jul 15, 2015

Typical. This is silly, in a happy, friendly way. It’s frankly and unconflictedly body-centered. You have to love the way that Wegman puts himself in the centre of his movies. There may be youth in that, but not narcissism. He’s outgoing and funny, he’s comfortable with himself, and he sweetly shares things with the rest of us. Not only does he sound like an ideal artist, he seems like an ideal person.