Lodge Kerrigan’s film “Keane” managed to score a nice little buzz after it hit the film festival circuit. The film, which was produced by Steven Soderbergh, tells the tale of a man who thinks his daughter has been kidnapped from a New York bus terminal. The DVD has just hit stores and (film geeks, you better be sitting down) it features and alternate edit by Soderberh which apparently makes the films “less accessible” and also shortens it’s length. How cool is it that you can see this film play out through the eyes of two different people? Amazing!
Read all about it at Cinematical>>>
Posted on March 29, 2006 in News by Film Threat Staff
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