Catherine's black notebook and pen suddenly appear on the airplane armrest between shots, after her tape player clicks. See more »
[on the set of Arty's play, "The Sound and the Fuhrer"]
Great. Now I have three hours to find a new Ava Braun.
You know what? Fuck her. And here's why.
Number One - Anyone who's offended by drinking blood, obviously doesn't drink blood.
Number Two - Anyone who drinks as much blood as I do knows it has no effect.
Number Three - There is absolutely no scientific connection between drinking a shot of blood a day and being an extraordinary actor.
And Number Four - it is impossible to prove Number ...
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There are no opening credits for the movie. Instead, opening credits are shown for the "movie within the movie". See more »
Director Steven Soderbergh calls Full Frontal the unofficial sequel to Sex Lies and Videotape, his groundbreaking 1989 film. Most everyone else has called it a mess, or useless waste of time. One prominent American critic even suggested this might be the worst film ever by a major director. I can't say I agree with the harsh criticism. While I'm not exactly sure what the movie is about, and vast passages of it simply do not work, I do think it is a film with great passion and energy. Soderbergh has left behind the slickness of Ocean's 11 and Erin Brockovich and made an experimental film that bristles with inventiveness. Not everything works, but there are several nice performances, particularly by David Hyde Pierce and Catherine Keener and I enjoyed watching an A-list director stray from the tried and true and explore rockier ground.
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