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The second season of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's movie making reality series goes a different route when it's two professionals realizing their vision on screen instead of just one: writer and director.
Three different love stories, set in three consecutive decades, in two neighbouring Balkan villages burdened with a long history of inter-ethnic hatred: this is a film about the dangers - and the enduring strength - of forbidden love.
William is a debonair Englishman celebrating his upcoming marriage to Fiona, the beautiful daughter of a United States senator and renowned East Coast family. Yet William is a con man with a fake identity looking steal funds from the senator's charitable organization. When William realizes he has genuine feelings for Fiona he begins to regret his predicament.Written by
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Movie brought together from the HBO's show Project Greenlight. Jason Mann is winning director for season 4. See more »
Edward and I just wanted to mention what a special day it was when Charles came to us to ask permission to marry Fiona.
Yeah, I didn't know this generation asked permission for anything.
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I will confess to being a fan of Project Greenlight including the season that featured The Leisure Class. I actually wasn't sure what to expect from the movie and certainly there were some scenes that jumped out because of being a focus in the HBO series. It was familiar like watching a movie filmed in your hometown.
There are probably many technically correct elements about The Leisure Class that are good. I don't claim any film artistry. It doesn't have the feel of a lower budget movie which is to the movie's credit.
What's missing is humor. It's just not funny. Maybe it's the script, the story, the characters or something else but it just lacks.
Skip the movie, watch Project Greenlight and hope for better results next time. It has to work one of these days.
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