Bruce Dern Wins Best Actor at Cannes Film Festival 2013
CONGRATULATIONS TO MY GOOD FRIEND, BRUCE DERN,
WINNER-BEST ACTOR-CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2013.
I’M PROUD AND HONORED TO SHARE THE SCREEN WITH HIM.
“Just as “The Last Picture Show” was a movie made in the 1970s about the end of ’50s-era innocence, “Nebraska” feels, despite its present-day setting, like a eulogy for a bygone America (and American cinema), from the casting of New Hollywood fixtures Dern and Stacy Keach to its many windswept vistas of a vital agro-industrial heartland outsourced into irrelevance.” -Scott Foundas, VARIETY
“Then there is Woody’s long-ago business partner, Ed Pegram (Stacy Keach). Each man claims the other owes him something but, now that he’s convinced Woody is loaded, Ed becomes threatening… Keach applies very fine contours to his role of an old man all too alive to what he considers unfinished business.” –Todd McCarthy, CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
“Except for Woody’s old Hawthorne buddy Ed Pegram (Stacy Keach), whose honeyed voice conceals a vindictive sting, virtually all of the men are stolid, mean of spirit and near-mute.” –Richard Corliss, TIME MAGAZINE