“Yesterday, fans of Charlyne Yi and Michael Cera uttered a collective “Noooooooo! Someone sent me an article that said I was really sad. But he’s actually in Toronto right now filming a movie called ‘Scott Pilgrim.’ So that’s interesting [laughs].” Perhaps we couldn’t hear the sound of Yi’s heart breaking over all her laughter, but she sure didn’t seem like someone pining for a lost love.
And I met people with awesome stories, and I was like: “There’s so many movies about love that are fiction, what if we made a movie actually capturing true-love stories?But if you're unsure, then maybe you should check it out. I actually really enjoyed this a lot more than I was expecting to when I saw it at Sundance (read my review), and would definitely suggest it to anyone who is even mildly interested from this trailer or otherwise. , the faux-documentary starring Michael Cera and Charlyne Yi that debuted at Sundance this year. For a bit of clarification - this is not a real documentary and it was actually scripted, however, as far as I know, Cera and Yi are dating in real life. ” AVC: What is it you don’t like about fictional love stories? It’s a new telling of the easy story of, “They meet, they like each other, it doesn’t work, it maybe works.” AVC: In scripting part of the film, did you lose any of the spontaneity you set out to capture?