What Wessel manages to achieve in Eric and Shaye is a biographic triumph. A portrait of a man whose art and vision were truly remarkable and different than anything we’ve ever seen before, and it is in many ways a postmortem love letter to Fournier not just from Wessel, but from we who appreciated and loved his work. I could think of no better homage to Fournier than what Wessel has shared with the world, and I am proud to be a part of its creation – a work that truly represents all of our appreciation.
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