Friction
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Friction
Filmmaker Cullen Hoback blurs the boundary lines between drama and documentary in a story that allows characters to interfere with the real lives of the actors who play them. Hoback was hired to teach a course on filmmaking at a summer camp run by Jeremy Mathison and his wife Amy Mathison. As part of the class, Hoback and his students would make a feature-length film, and he struck upon the idea of casting Jeremy and Amy as Jeremy and Amy, a couple who run a summer camp. One of the campers, a teenager named August Thompson, was chosen to play August Thompson, a teenager who attending Jeremy… More
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"Is this real or a Memorex mockumentary? You'll have to judge for yourself, because even this critic couldn't tell the difference."
‑ Kam Williams, NewsBlaze
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