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Grodmin (2005)

PG-13 | | Drama | 4 March 2005 (USA)
While on location filming a narrative expose' at a prestigious east coast art school, the cast and crew of the film plunge into despair after a series on on-screen debates threatens to ... See full summary »

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Adam Arnold ...
Will Darrow
Eef Barzelay ...
Jaded Art Student
David Becker ...
Prof. Paul Reed
Lucas Branum ...
Brian Cross
Dan Ibarra ...
Dave the Documentary Filmmaker
Rob Iulo ...
Marcus Haine - The Writer
Richard Paro ...
Jim Horwitz - The Director
Cyra K. Polizzi ...
Mira Kern - The Producer
Wes Rabey ...
John Kemps
Keith Streckenbach ...
Prof. Gary Hardin
John Wiederholt ...
David McKenna
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While on location filming a narrative expose' at a prestigious east coast art school, the cast and crew of the film plunge into despair after a series on on-screen debates threatens to derail the completion of the film. Written by J. Horwitz

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Good Art is Hard to Find

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Features a brief, debut cameo by Eef Barzelay, front man for the popular alt-rock group Clem Snide. See more »

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Good script...solid acting.
30 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is a weird film about artists in art school, but for a low-budget film it's very solid. If you manage to make it through the first twenty minutes, which are a little hard to follow, what comes of it is very interesting. It's kind of a recipe book/film about how to make a good low-budget film as you watch.

The script and story for the film was very good. At the end of the film you first think it's a story they could've made up as they went along, but when you go back you realize everyone was kind of "in" on the script from the start. It really is a "real" movie. It was very clever the way it all fit together.

Hardcore film fans may not like the film because of it's digital look, but I hardly noticed it at all. This film is supposed to be a real documentary, and what you see in the film feels very real - Almost perfect. Some of the "movie parts" are a little slow, but overall it's a fun, interesting film.

It's probably better the second time you watch it because you know what to look for. Overall, worth watching. Good acting. Good storytelling with lots of funny details and some awesome photography.


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