January 26th, 2011 - by Lawrence P. Raffel
Following up on our Sundance story the other day concerning outrage in response to the first screening of Lucky McKee's latest film The Woman, today we have some new footage of the altercation from inside the theater and a fireside chat response from The Woman producer Andrew van den Houten.
For an incredibly detailed and insightful recap of the events that happened that day, check out Drew McWeeny's review over at HitFix. And thanks to Bloody-Disgusting for bringing the below fireside chat clip to our attention.
For more. check out the official site for The Woman.
When a successful country lawyer captures and attempts to "civilize" the last remaining member of a violent clan that has roamed the Northeast coast for decades, he puts the lives of his family in jeopardy.
They should go totally shock cinema on these guys, dumping buckets of fake blood and having nurses in the theater...
It's just stupid. If you don't like the movie, leave.
Plus, it's Sundance. If you have concerns about the Movie, after words they always have a Q&A with the director. Why not let the director know at the end in a civil way?!
When people act out like that, they just ensure the movie will get picked up for sure.
I like how the original video of the guy is screaming about what is and isn't art. And what people should and shouldn't like....
I'm sure if he stuck through the movie he might get the message (if any) the director was trying to get across.