I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore
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I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore
This exercise in documentary self-revelation was prompted in part by the filmmaker's conviction that, "if God exists, He'll make it (the film) entertaining..." Aspiring filmmaker Caveh Zahedi travels with his family and film crew to Las Vegas from their homes, quarrelling and bickering all the way. The action culminates in an attempt by the director to get his younger brother and a heartsick female sound recordist to "loosen up" by taking the drug Ecstasy. In order to show them it is safe he takes a dose himself, and things get a bit chaotic after that.

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"A wild and weird documentary"
‑ Phil Hall, HotWired's Pop
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