Mob hitman movie leads Slamdance lineup

 

Just like the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, the scruffy alternative Slamdance Film Festival, will open with a comedy-drama about mob hitmen. 

Slamdance's opening-night film on Jan. 17 will be "Real Time," written and directed by Randall Cole, about a hitman (Randy Quaid) who gives his next victim, a compulsive gambler (Jay Baruchel, from "Knocked Up"), one more hour to live.
Slamdance announced Wednesday the 29 other titles playing at its 14th annual event, set for Jan. 17-25 at the Treasure Mountain Inn in Park City. For more information, go to www.slamdance.com.

(Source: Salt Lake Tribune)


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