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Three different fans give their opinions on Christian Kane, Entertainer.
The director is a young filmmaker from the Portland Oregon area where the TNT television show Leverage started filming in it's second season. After the third season of Leverage completed filming, actor, singer and entertainer Christian Kane set out for his fall 2010 concert tour.
The concert scenes here were filmed 11/20/10 at Kahneeta Hotel and Casino in Warm Springs, Oregon, and on 11/21/10 at Dante's, the venue best known here for hosting "The House Rules," video in Portland, Oregon.
Nik captures the opinions of Christian's music and acting from three very different fans. While only around 10 minutes in length, you glean knowledge of the entertainer's career and abilities as a singer, song writer and actor. The director keeps the action moving and does not bog down the Q&A sessions by showing the questions being asked and repeated. This makes the video clean, causing it to move at a brisk pace. Interspersed with concert footage, it's a nice calling card to Christian Kane, Entertainer.
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