My Best Day
•Variety - Greenwell doesn't need a big budget and big names to get that thought across, although the film has a consistency of tone that indicates she could do more with more
•Senses of Cinema - In Greenwell’s skilled hands, queer culture alluringly morphs into a bemused acceptation of personal foibles and idiosyncrasies, gay or straight, an eradication of the boundaries between “normal” and “unconventional” relationships.
•Glenn Kenny/Some Came Running-Greenwell's point is that everyone's a misfit in some way, and it's through recognizing that fact that we can forge true community. But the movie makes its point the best way possible, through engaging you with the characters, and it does this via brisk writing and excellent performances
•St. Louis Mag Warm hearted and aptly melancholy...a distinctive tone, which mates dry comedy, bittersweet tragedy, and the fearful exhilaration of tomorrow
•Sundance Channel - Top 10 Bad Girls, Good Films
My Best Day: Audience Favorite Best Narrative - New Fest. Best Feature POW Film Fest. Special Jury Mention Ashland Independent Film Festival. Nancy Malone Filmmaker's Grant 2011. IFP's Emerging Narrative Category during IFP Week 2010.
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