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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Zoo Story

posted by on April 18 at 13:57 PM

There’s an article about Charles Mudede’s new film Zoo in the current issue of Newsweek.

“Eerily beautiful” … “Casts a dark, disturbingly lyrical spell…” “Using techniques that scramble our notions of documentary and fiction.”

I was more buzzed when Mudede landed in the NYT a couple of Sundays ago, but Newsweek certainly brings our dear Charles and his dialectic to the attention of the masses. Congrats Mr. Mudede.

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Is there a movie trailer online anywhere? I'd love to get a peek at it.

Posted by Carollani | April 18, 2007 2:11 PM

This is a review posted on the Netflix site, and it made me laugh out loud:

"Just another example of the hollywood movie formula churning out yet another film that is almost identical to the movies released before it. I mean how many times do we have to watch a movie about a ruptured colon caused by intercourse with an animal before hollywood producers start to come up with a new premise for a movie. I just want something original and unique, is that too much too ask for?"

Posted by JTR | April 18, 2007 2:12 PM

If you follow the Newsweek link, there is a preview there.

Posted by Gillian | April 18, 2007 2:19 PM

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