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SF Chronicle: Interview: Robin Wright Penn

By Indiewire | Indiewire March 16, 2006 at 1:54AM

Her newest movie is exactly the kind of project that feeds an artist's creative urges but simultaneously does zilch to boost her career or marketability. "Sorry, Haters," is a low-budget drama with a scorpion's sting -- an often wildly implausible parable about a lonely New York woman (Robin Wright Penn) who encounters a Syrian Muslim cabdriver (Abdellatif Kechiche) and tries to enlist him in a violent scheme. Edward Guthmann reports.
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Her newest movie is exactly the kind of project that feeds an artist's creative urges but simultaneously does zilch to boost her career or marketability. "Sorry, Haters," is a low-budget drama with a scorpion's sting -- an often wildly implausible parable about a lonely New York woman (Robin Wright Penn) who encounters a Syrian Muslim cabdriver (Abdellatif Kechiche) and tries to enlist him in a violent scheme. Edward Guthmann reports.





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