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Hello patty and hey everybody -- guess what movie is out in theaters right now called -- And we have one of the producers.
Of the movie in studio with us -- cleared.
Nice to see you thanks to see how this film it's been called a little foul mouth and provocative.
Why is that you agree with that.
-- there's no arguing it.
The lead -- -- privileges of gore and let it is a folder.
Character who speaks to disparity.
At the end of the story you see that don't judge a book by its cover me he really comes through with this beautiful story and there's a -- -- there.
-- -- -- -- -- I really think of him as a little kid from thirty Iraqis really.
Blossomed into an actor an influx of diet dynamic.
-- -- in an Alley Gorman to stars of that I think they were both child actors let I think that to them so they resonated because.
They were both connecting on we were both child actors and now here we are.
What I think is through the best actors of our generation and working on the -- Natalie Portman is in everything everything it's like it for the past four weeks I think she's had a new movie -- -- and she also co produced this down right how did you guys get involved with -- She is a producer on the film and you really got -- take your hats off to actors he start producing I think because when you're an actor at that level.
You the very posh -- mean you're being catered to and you come into your lines and you leave and producing is a tedious laborious.
And so when these actors who who want to do films at the studios aren't doing that really the only way for them get it up is the start producing and it's a lot of work and -- I would.
Very much respect.
Any actor who says okay I'm start -- my sleeves and producing.
This have you seen a lot of actors try it out.
Directing or producing and then they're like okay and -- -- my only passion project and then get back this sticking with Anglo.
I think conversely there's the a lot of actors who were not to a lot of acting where start getting behind the camera and really succeeding.
-- producing as well I think.
If they're directing -- -- transition as it into a director position.
But with producing that probably continue to act and produce because they can cast themselves of this producer.
Brave -- they have to start out on independent films and let's talk about.
Independent film -- what's the difference between working on one of those movies vs the studio film.
Ultimately it's independent because it's independently financed right.
And so I think the main difference is you are out of that structure.
Those studio system has a certain structure an independent film you have more freedom you're working outside the system making a movie you see fit.
Now the risk is you need to get distribution from that system so you have to make it work somehow where -- can come back and this isn't saying okay help us distribute it was at the end of the day or make money.
-- ends and you're probably watching the clock.
More when your you know -- all this money is involved.
The most expensive thing about it into the film making is a day each day is very expensive and that's why -- some.
Studio films shoot 34 months a year probably shooting 1012 day as an independent film because -- -- are so expensive that you are watching that clock and you're getting limited takes.
And cutting -- like Wikipedia Adobe creative with the -- cracked Sarah fans that's plays little things economy I think.
Yeah I think don't have that you don't even have cameras but have food -- -- You gotta feed your crew keep them happy and that -- me happy their brand -- pop -- sun sentinel that I was pretty content that.
This conflict in dollar I mean -- -- to a lot of actors and they really liked the fact that they get to express.
You know their creativity more often on independent films when they don't have a big studio head.
You know saying don't do that you can't do that.
Cracked the studios are only making certain movies and I think when enacted a certain level they want to be part of a certain kind of art.
Certain kind of film they're gonna have to do it on their own and they heavily -- -- and they're doing it independently.
Now rain will send you know him from the office he is also in this found he kind of please.
A -- roles that things that we don't normally see him do right.
Get a characters and it in this film are polar opposite to what you say that -- -- Rainn Wilson being this quirky funny guy.
In the office.
And in this movie he's stoic and he's and he's just fantastic.
-- -- -- let you -- 500 days also has a very upbeat character in this film is the polar opposite so.
The versatility of these actors is so impressive.
How long did taking you to edit like -- as wrapped.
What's the process of getting everything edited and promoted an -- of theaters how long with us.
Normally it only takes let's say a couple months for editing and and then another month or so effort to finish the post.
We finished in the summer and then got it ready for Sunday and so it took us about five or six months to get to -- that's -- from -- and then they tweaked a little bit more after that.
-- that the -- where it is today.
And speaking of theaters like Broadway theatre that's they started out.
So final question what's -- the next project for you this is only your second sound right.
This is second film Riley -- have been doing some Broadway before that but really focused on films are now we're putting together.
Coming -- a creative ways to make various different films so.
Developing a lot of movies and and a lot more to come.
-- Scott clinic thanks so much for coming on dot com live everybody check out the movie Hester congratulations thank you you -- sergeant Danny is next everybody have a great day thanks for Clinton and foxnews.com.
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