Director Nanette Burstein originally reviewed more than different schools in the pre-production process, and ten schools replied, agreeing to participate. After she interviewed incoming seniors at all 10, she chose Warsaw. Some film critics have accused the director, Nanette Burstein, of giving the documentary a sensationalized feel,  and others have gone so far as to claim that the film feels scripted and the very presence of the cameras take the reality out of the situation. One continual issue with the movie, was that Tusing was continually forced to "get a girlfriend" in order not to be removed from the film. Other issues include scripted arguments, and cue cards.
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Anne Thompson. The South by Southwest Film Festival has never historically been a market. Full line-up is posted below. If we have a personality, we skew toward a naturalistic style, simplicity in films that work on their own terms in the world they have created. But Cassian Elwes, who sold several titles at Sundance, foresees a continuation of buying and selling over to SXSW—where more of the current crop of films that did NOT get into Sundance will be on display, with eager audiences on hand. One Sundance title that will also play SXSW is apocalyptic Mumblecore title Bellflower , yet another micro-budget team effort produced over seven years starring rising year-old writer-director Evan Glodell in the lead role.
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This premiered at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this year, but hasn't played at any other festivals. In the film, Diane Kruger stars as a woman trained and recruited to work as an undercover spy for Israel's intelligence agency the Mossad. She is sent to work in Tehran, but ends up in a love affair with her target, making everything more complex than it should to be. This seems like it should be a slick spy thriller, alas it's a film without much to say, that meanders most of the time and ends before there's any conclusion.
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