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No Apologies: 'Sorry, Haters' Roundtable (2006)

Video  -  Documentary  -  1 March 2006 (USA)
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Tim Robbins, Mary-Louise Parker and others discuss Jeff Stanzler's new political thriller "Sorry, Haters," 2007 Spirit Award nominee for Best Screenplay. This IFC First Take film features ... See full summary »

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Tim Robbins, Mary-Louise Parker and others discuss Jeff Stanzler's new political thriller "Sorry, Haters," 2007 Spirit Award nominee for Best Screenplay. This IFC First Take film features Robin Wright Penn (Best Female Lead nominee) as an embittered TV exec whose chance meeting with a NY cab driver shows how anxiety still grips post-9/11 NYC. Written by Lisa Esselstein

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2 May 2010 | by (Calumet, Mich.) – See all my reviews

This is what DVDs are supposed to come with, what they're supposed to stick on there to fill out your DVD. A bunch of other Hollywooders, who didn't appear in the Sorry, Haters film itself, were gotten together to talk about Sorry, Haters for awhile. It was rather a nice expansion on the topics discussed in the film's commentary track (which featured Robin Wright Penn & director Jeff Stanzier). It's perhaps odd that Mary-Louise Parker was included because she has 3 names as well as the film's star does, and I don't understand why IMDb lists Paul Thompson as playing two different characters in this round table, but I can now spend some time to ponder those details, seeing as how they've already saved me the trouble of putting in the time I would have otherwise had to devote to figuring out all the meanings & ramifications of the film, by explaining it all to me. 'Too bad Tim Robbins didn't seem to care for moderating the panel; I would enjoy seeing him turning up on more of these.


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