Don’t Mess With A Movie Publicist!

UPDATED UPDATE: 3:34 p.m. Tuesday, June 25

Amy, a publicist from “All Good Things,” (which filmed recently in New Milford and Waterbury) sent me an e-mail Monday explaining the film’s plot. She said that info previously posted on this here blog, which said the movie is based on the Robert Durst saga (obtained from the CT Film Division Web site), is incorrect.

She swears it’s not inspired the Durst story or has anything to do with the Durst family.She sent along a nice new plot summary which reads as follows:

“All Good Things”Starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst and directed by Andrew Jarecki (“Capturing the Friedmans”). “‘All Good Things’ is a love story and murder mystery set against the backdrop of a New York real estate dynasty in the 1980s.”

Amy also sent a follow-up e-mail Tuesday responding to my questions about whether the movie is, at least, inspired by the Durst saga, a real estate family from the 80s, one of whom disappeared.

“The info from me is the correct one. I work with the producer and that is what I have given out to the press.”

She also said the CT Film Division will be changing its Web site, which said Kirsten Dunst was playing Katie Durst.

Amy says Kirsten Dunst is actually playing a character named Katie Marks.

At one point I answered the phone and Amy the publicist asked:

“Are you crazy?”

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