Here is a little film directed by The Office's John Krasinski called Brief Interviews With Hideous Men. The film premiered at Sundance this year and our very own The Dude actually got a chance to see it, and he had this to say:
It would be an understatement to say that the acting was great. This script must have been a dream come true for this cast. The vast majority of screen time was spent on a single actor at a time, each delivering a well crafted interview monologue focusing on a taboo realm of the heart and nature of man. Some were short and humorous, such as the cameos from Will Arnet and Will Forte, and some were longer and more serious. All were great. The language brought fourth by Wallace and Krazinski is poetic and deep. This story takes a very honest look into a wide array of situations, many times offering insight or opening doors to further thought concerning their core issues. However…
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Based on the book by David Foster Wallace, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men is a darkly funny and disturbing exploration of men and their complex relationships with women. Sara Quinn is interviewing men as part of her graduate studies. Her intellectual endeavor has emotional consequences as the men's twisted and revealing stories are juxtaposed against the backdrop of her own experience. As she begins to listen closely to the men around her, Sara must ultimately reconcile herself to the darkness that lies below the surface of human interactions.
Check out the trailer below and tell us what ya think!