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I decided not to write the review, that could influence people to watch it. Since is our first time as online exhibitor, I would like to see how the world of mouth is going to play out here. But believe me, since August 2008 we're been trying to find a movie like this and a director willing to allow us to experiment, so Luis, we're very thankful to you for allow us to do the Internet World Premiere of "C@staways".
I hope you enjoy the film, leave your comments, good or bad, and recommend the film to your friends if you like it and to your enemies if you don't.
It's not often that a movie can keep you guessing from beginning to end. Slacker is the movie that will stretch your mind past the boundaries of
traditional thought. If you are able to fully immerse yourself into the
story, you will begin to think like the characters. You will start
questioning governmental activity, development conspiracy theories of your
own, and possibly give up all hope in the realm of collective action.
Made with $23,000 it's one of those Guerrilla Classics that you must see. From Academy Award Nominee Richard Linklater (Before Sunset, Fast Food Nation, A Scanner Darkly). Brought to you by Cinetic Rights Management, via hulu.com
Yesterday I was blogging about how the distribution and exhibition world is changing... today I'm using my little internet corner as a window of exhibition, isn't that fantastic?
In 1990 Whit Stillman debuted with his film Metropolitan, it wasn't easy to distribute at all. In a recent interview for indieWIRE Stillman shows his gratitude to everybody that make the limited distribution possible.
17 years later the films it's available, for a few weeks, to everyone that has access to a computer, so, put it in your hulu queue or just hit play up here.
Made for a reported $250,000, starring a full cast of young unknowns,
and consisting primarily of one long scene after another of rich kids
sitting in a palatial Upper East Side apartment discussing Jane Austen,
Charles Fourier, their mostly unfashionable morals and fears of
failure, while dressed in evening clothes, Metropolitan
played in theaters for seven months, eventually grossing $3 million and
earning Stillman an Oscar nomination (he lost to Bruce Joel Rubin, screenwriter of Ghost).