Friday, March 26, 2010

This made my damned day- God is great

Jett’s own narrative remains elusive. Although, or perhaps because of the fact that Jett serves as the executive producer, Stewart’s version of her comes across as tough, self-assured and even iconic, but the final cut of the film deleted a couple of scenes between Jett and her mother (stand-up comic Tig Notaro). “That’s the only stuff that ended up on the editing floor, two tiny scenes which didn’t really tell you too much,” Sigismondi says.

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