Jun 14, 2017 Release Date:
85 min Runtime:
In Sonia Kronlunds appealing astern-the-scenes documentary Nothingwood, we are introduced to the energy and impinge on on of Salim Shaheen, an actor/director/jack-of-all-trades who may be the most prolific filmmaker in Afghanistan, if not every one of world.
About to embark upon his 111th production, the exuberant cineaste who looks when a livid surrounded by Gerard Depardieu and Steven Seagal (subsequent to his craft handily inspired by the latter) travels to a detached mountain village to shoot a project that seems to be share autobiography, share B-movie kitsch and part Bollywood fantasy. And behind for most of his 110 adjunct films, Shaheen is making this one considering than a few unventilated relatives (many of them combat veterans as soon as himself) who dispel as both cast and skeleton crew, as skillfully as a little video camera, a few Kalashnikovs and a crate of flesh and blood ammunition.
Also Known As:
The Prince of Nothingwood | Nothingwood Party
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