• Scott Spinucci

    How is it possible, I’m the first person to comment on this article section? Firstly, the article is as well done as the movie. I just watched the movie for the first time in many years. It must be difficult to pick one’s favorite scene – they are all great and that’s a rarity as well. This film is pitch perfect for all the reasons that everyone has mentioned. But it all boils down to authenticity and being true to oneself. These are the things my dear friend Lori Allen and I have talked about over the last year a lot. I have seen her soar and do amazing things that have helped her community. And it’s wonderful. I continue to struggle and muddle through and search for meaning and strive to make a difference in an increasingly if not exponentially more complex world. This movie and the article reminds me to simplify. It’s something Lori and I talk about all the time. Simplify and be authentic. Be passionate. Be genuine. I don’t even watch movies anymore but to watch this film on my iPhone on a cold, dark, lonely night, broke and utterly frustrated gives me hope. I sit here and I wonder if any of the projects I’m working on will ever make a difference… If it’s even worth the effort. This article actually makes me think it IS worth the effort. So, I just wanted to thank Boston once again :-), Boston magazine, the author, the writers, producer, director, editor, DP, actors, casting director… Everyone involved for the inspiration. Had you all only just made this one film it would have been enough. The film is raw, real and most importantly authentic. Brilliant! Thank you for being true to yourselves and brightening the path forward.

  • JuHoansi

    Good Will Hunting 2: Will goes to California to find Skylar, but along the way gets recruited by the CIA into a black ops program called Treadstone. He soon discovers the CIA is up to no good and he tries to leave, but he’s not allowed to, so he goes rogue. He hides out with Skylar and they both end up on the run as the CIA tries to hunt down and kill them.