Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Manda Bala Update

I reviewed this 'just about to be released' movie a few days ago. It won big at Sundance, and has made it to a limited mainstream run in New York, and more cities soon. This is a super high class Indie production. Impressive all the way around.

Anyway, I get to interview Jason Kohn the director and force behind this movie tomorrow. It should be fun! I have some interesting questions for him. I have high hopes for this one.

If you see Manda Bala advertised in your city, go out and give it a try.

4 comments:

Bruce A. Bateman said...

Will do, meanwhile see what happens if I don't drop by and have a read for a few days. You run totally amok and start an international meat swapping consortium. I'm going to can up some of Saipan's famous babui, roasted pig with cracklin skin and ship it off to you in exchange for say, a pheasant in a can. And not just any can mind you. I'm thinking I want it in one of those push the trigger nozzel up on top and out squirts the pheasant like whipped cream sort of cans. What are my chances?

cajungrl said...
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Jan said...

ooops I hit the delete thing accidently. I want the pork skins if they are crunchy LOL Make Simon work out a deal with you to trade hahaha

Bruce A. Bateman said...

We actually do have nice and cruchy pork cracklins or chicherones as there are called in the PI and Mexico.

The problem would be in getting them to you in the same condition.

I'll try if you want me too.