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-- that's a look at the movie you know client to permit the Sundance Film Festival in January and is now in selected theaters.
About a prank caller who pretends to be copping him into the manager of fast food restaurant that one of our employees committed a crime.
I'm not kidding when I'm telling you it's being called possibly the most disturbing film of the year pat -- one of the stars of the movie was his voice you heard on the phone.
So -- -- a few minutes talking about it pat.
Based on true events.
Yes there was someone or person or persons calling fast food restaurants.
Particular incident happened in 2004 that the movies based.
Mostly on but it's based on what some events where a man called.
Fast food restaurants and -- -- police officer and when asked the manager.
To do things to their employees usually say you have.
Young girl working their blonde about nineteen and then say oh who you know -- and yet back -- -- keep them on and to have them do strip searches have them.
Humiliated degraded and and and and in this particular case sexual assault occurred.
Every review I've read in this movie seems to include the word disturbing.
I think that's a person watching that in a movie that didn't have tiled -- and it.
Yet -- actually and I'm gonna cracks up that you said that her -- that is actually Collins Huffington Post called it the most disturbing film ever -- the kids caveat about it had a question mark on the all OK I don't think it's nearly as disturbing as don't -- me with Steve Gutenberg are proficient or better -- Okay see you play the fake police officer.
Which -- a delightful and sort of a light an area care -- great -- It was it was -- I was -- -- -- -- and -- -- from -- Filming for about three weeks and disconnected from from everyone except my voice were actually -- talking on the telephone live we -- you're on -- separate set from everyone and yet there upstairs I'm downstairs and we're talking to each other alive all the time.
And I'm saying these sort of horrible things and what you heard there.
And it gets much worse than that.
And then on the first day of shooting the foam broke.
And as you know low budget movie we have a lot times had to go up in the office and see these things to these wonderful people -- -- And I thought I -- Mean physically.
But he did -- formed a lot about the character to me because it told me you know this was a guy could only do something like this from a distance right remove you know which.
A lot of people are out right now our culture of doing things from.
Move in not knowing the consequences what I want to ask you.
What did you view I hate to say this it sounds like this what's my motivation but what did you view as the motivation fear factor in the sense of up.
What is this guy getting out of this just a control freak thing or what what.
Yeah I mean it is an it is a control freak thing but about the director Craig -- and I talked a lot about the facts of that that mistakes were very low for him.
He wasn't a warrior he wasn't watching -- going on -- was several states away.
He's making -- -- he's injured people and if you saw just.
My side of it you might think it's kind of funny but he's completely disconnected from the circumstance what's wrong.
What it inside the reaction of a lot of people have when -- hear about this story seems to be well I would never do those things just because some voice on the phone you know claiming to be a cop.
Told me I should.
Did you when you're playing the character was a sort of in your head like you have to find a way to make it realistic that the people would do this.
Yeah I mean we watch like hours and hours of the show cops just to see a lot of cop talk like him you know way.
You start to take notes and I -- like -- -- he's just saying that again you know you know -- that is right.
-- -- psychological experiments that happened in the sixties like that -- government -- America where they have people you know.
Give lethal doses of electrical shock.
You know seemingly.
Innocent nice people once they were told it was okay to do -- it -- have 65 to 70%.
Of all people I think something like that it what would comply so the movie kind of -- is that.
And that of the audience full well what would you do right.
People either stand up and and and run.
It's many say no way or are they -- you know through it and say they think about.
Wow that's great I got to move on compliance now opened in selected theaters apparently very disturbing.
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