Lucas Daniel Till was born in Fort Hood, Texas, to Dana Lyn (Brady) and John Mark Till, a lieutenant colonel in the army.He spent most of his childhood growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia.
His grandfather and great-grandfather, both named Jacob Elvin Till, were reverends.
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This complicated comedy of age effort from Belle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch may seem stuck in the inner workings of its characters’ heads, but the indie icon’s songs more than make up for what his ability behind the lens and the laptop can’t.
Yes, this is an amateurish effort, but it’s also a bright and ebullient attempt to explain how the sounds surrounding us both soothe and suffocate.
Initially developed as a song cycle to be sung by modern day “girl groups,” this decade-in-the-making vanity project suffers from some of the same problems any singular vision does.
In essence, you have to be synced to the mindset Murdoch is exploring.
When you are, as in the opening sequence where our heroine Eve (Emily Browning) escapes a mental hospital where she’s being treated for anorexia and sings along to every step of her eventual arrival in Glasgow, the joys can be smile-inducing.
When they don’t, as during some of the sloppy interplay between our eventual love triangle, it all becomes an exercise in drudgery. She is convinced that if the local radio station would play her demo, she would be instantly discovered.