Michelle Krusiec

"What makes Alice Wu's debut so pleasurable is its easy rhythms, its sly juxtapositions, and its relaxed but funny performances. A generous straight man, Krusiec gives the film emotional heft...."---Slate

Live! Opens this week in London
Sunday, September 14, 2008

Some news that Michelle wanted me to pass along.
Live! Opening this week in London!

In a world where reality and entertainment are continuously colliding, Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker Bill Guttentag's feature debut Live! follows ABN network president Katy Courbet (Eva Mendes) and up-and-coming documentary filmmaker Rex (David Krumholtz) as inspiration strikes to create the most daring reality program ever. The show is Russian Roulette, network style, with contestants competing for 5 million dollars on-air, complete with loaded guns. As seen through the lens of a documentary film crew, Live! examines the competitive and often gut-wrenching world of television production, where everyone from the crew to the contestants to the network brass becomes engulfed in a ratings battle to the top-a battle where questions of morality, ethics and sheer will lead to a darkly humorous and unforgettable outcome.
(Summary from imdb.com)

Trailer on Youtube:


Posted by Anonymous @ 9/14/2008 12:03:00 PM


At 18/9/08 00:41, Blogger geek said...

Wow! This is cool! Great cast too! I see Denny from Grey's Anatomy is here.Charlie from Numbers is also here. Eric Bana is also her, and of course, the incredibly hot, Eva Mendes

It's nice to see that Michelle Krusiec is part of this project. She deserves good projects such as this one. I hope I'll have a chance to see this.

Thanks for the post!

And good luck to Michelle Krusiec in this new project.. :)

At 20/9/08 21:17, Anonymous Leandro Moraes said...

good luck

At 26/9/08 06:12, Anonymous crunch said...

Oh what role does MK play here? I kinda saw her on the video...

At 30/9/08 00:40, Anonymous Leandro Moraes said...

you have a political conscience. Today I read about the American crisis and thought about what you said: "the importance of choosing the new president."

You think it was important to approve the project to aid of 700 billion?

Why McCain and Obama are afraid to support this project of 700 billion?

Supporting a project done by Bush is danger for the nomination, even if the country needs this help?

However, and the people who have lost their homes, this project does not include them, correct?

This was common in my country. I remember that was a hell.


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