IRVING PICHEL, ERNEST B. SCHOEDSACK
Striking out on your own is difficult, and when it comes to moving out of the family next, the later you do it the harder it is. I never went away to school so living on my own for the first time was a complicated affair: I’m super independent, but also prone to getting lost in my own pessimistic thoughts. One of things I remember best about my first apartment was my movie nights, and for some reason the one that always stands out in my memory was the night we watched a movie about a guy who was truly no ace at living alone. I spoke to playwright Michael Stittle about Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack’s classic for his take on the story.
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