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Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee’s The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

If you thought Kevin Smith’s Red State caused a ruckus at Sundance, wait until you see the reaction of these people to Lucky McKee’s The Woman! These people have made my day! You just have to love it!

“This is not art, this is bullshit, this is degradation to women,” cries Captain Overreaction! The film outta be confiscated, burned! There’s no value is showing this to anyone!”

The Woman stars Angela Bettis, Pollyanna McIntosh, and Sean Bridgers.

For more information dig on official website for Offspring: The Woman.

Synopsis
The Woman is the last surviving member of a feral clan that has roamed the Northeast Coast for decades. When the last of her family is killed in a battle with the police, The Woman finds herself alone, severely wounded and vulnerable. Unfortunately, she is now a far too easy prey for local hunter, successful country lawyer and seriously disturbed family man Christopher Cleek. With his twisted set of ideals, Cleek decides to embark upon a deranged project – to capture her and “break” The Woman – a decision that will soon threaten the lives of Cleek, his family and The Woman.

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

Sundance 2011: Lucky McKee's The Woman Causes Mucho Controversy

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  • will graham

    Sounds more like the guy went and saw a film by Neil LaBute.

    I’m curious about the whole clapping and cheering thing he’s ranting about. Was he on about the people cheering at the end or people cheering when violence happend onscreen?
    Cause I remember being disurbed at a screening of Haute Tension due to people laughing and cheering at the house massacre. Hell the guy next to me was slapping his thigh and laughing hysterically.

    Still I like Lucky Mckee’s work and plan on seeing this once it released in the uk.

  • Emy

    Probably the best free publicity for this movie.

    They should probably use some quotes from his rant on the posters…

    But then again, his opinion is so not in line with what most people who care about this movie will be thinking I’m sure…

    I have wanted to see it since first reading about it. Now I hope I can see it soon to see if it’s all “that bad”…

    This man should have his right to go to Sundance removed and given away to someone who does actually care about the moviemaking process and not just about what they think is right.

  • Vanvance1

    I’m curious, after seeing ‘May’ I thought Lucky WAS a woman. That’s a movie that should come with a tampon taped to it.

    • MouthForWar

      Uhhh… huh?

  • Pestilence

    Officially. Stoked.