For Erich Hover, It Snows All the Time is a personal story as he watched his father wither away with dementia.
As an actor and filmmaker, he dedicated himself to retelling his story in the film as a dedication to his father.
Here is the official synopsis:
Paul did everything he could to keep his mind healthy, so his dementia diagnosis at age 58 was the last thing anyone expected. As his disease progresses, his family comes together to decide what to do. Confusion, commitment, love, and one last fishing trip bring him closer to his wife and children.
The film also stars Brett Cullen (Joker, Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty), Lesley Ann Warren (Victor/Victoria, Clue), Taryn Manning (Orange Is the New Black), and Sterling Knight (Melissa & Joey). Jay Giannone directed the film from the screenplay written by Eric Watson and Giannone from Hover’s story.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actor and writer Erich Hover about the true story behind this film, his father, and his acting in this project.
Erich Hover is an actor and filmmaker. He made his acting debut in 2006’s Kitty Cats & Exit Signs. Other projects he had roles in included Ulterior Motives, Forgiveness, Justice Served, Chasing Sunshine, and Moneyball. On the producing side, he was involved in M.F.A., The Turkey Bowl, and The Turkey Bowl.
It Snows All the Time is in select theaters and VOD today.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Gravitas Ventures