Set after the events in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Sarah Connor and her son, John, try to stay under-the-radar from the government, as they plot to destroy the computer network, Skynet, in hopes of preventing Armageddon.
Driven by the comically-distinct voice of William Shatner, we go behind-the-scenes for a candid look-back at 30 years of Genie winning films through outrageous and heartwarming stories from... See full summary »
Excellent view of the process of film-making and acting
This was an interesting show that I just happened to stumble on. I've seen Alison Duke in my neighborhood and at many functions and always thought she looked so familiar. She's a great director and I loved Raisin' Kane & Booty Nation. This was a cool chance to see her in action with no notes, plot, storyboard, whatever. I think her "topic" was infidelity which she randomly chose off of a board. You really have to be decisive and quick when doing a scene with no guidelines or structure in such a short amount of time and it worked. Her actors were capable on the whole but it was funny that they were both so unwilling/uncomfortable with nudity considering the topic and that it's supposed to be a creatively free atmosphere. I couldn't do what the directors do but I appreciate it more now.
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