GREEN ROOM: Watch The Exclusive First Clip From BLUE RUIN Director's Next

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GREEN ROOM: Watch The Exclusive First Clip From BLUE RUIN Director's Next
How do you follow a film that many have acclaimed as a masterpiece? Well, if you're Blue Ruin director Jeremy Saulnier you gun to do it with another one. Cue up 2015 Cannes selection Green Room, Saulnier's third feature soon due to screen as part of the Director's Fortnight program.

Down-on-their-luck punk rockers The Ain't Rights agree to a last-minute gig in a backwoods Oregon roadhouse only to find themselves caught in the crosshairs of a violent white-supremacist gang.
After finishing their set in the no-name skinhead club, the band members stumble on a grisly murder scene and are targeted by a ruthless club owner and his henchmen, determined to eliminate all witnesses. Hopelessly outmanned and outgunned, the terrified musicians barricade themselves backstage to buy time for an escape attempt. As a heavily armed militia mounts a deadly assault, the survivors pull together in a last-ditch effort, surprising their opponents with unexpected ingenuity and courage.
Anton Yelchin, Macon Bair and Patrick Stewart anchor the cast of Saulnier's latest and we are beyond pleased to present the first clip from the film. Check it out below.

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Unflinching_EyeMay 16, 2015 7:18 PM

When does it screen? I'm dying for the review!

MwaniMay 16, 2015 7:48 PM

This looks really good.

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Sean SmithsonMay 30, 2015 9:44 PM

Firtst - I am probably the BIGGEST Saulier/Blair fan in the world. MURDER PARTY was/is a classic in my opinion. That an actual touring/recording punk rock and hardcore metal usican from the early 80's-the 90's (with strong friendships with or ties to bands like Neurosis, GBH, Fang, Government Issue, The Cro Mags, Dr Know, The Dead Kennedys, and the list goes on and on...) there are a couple of serious discrepancies popping up for me in the premise. The biggest being puk bands book their own tours almost exclusively (at least at the level the band in the film seems to be) and there is NO WAY IN HELL a lefty p-rock band would book themselves into a skin club. Especially if it's in Portland, where word travels FAST.
Se it in Georgie or Arkansas and you're in the ballpark. Not Portland. And yes Portland had a huuuuuge skinhead contingency, but...that was awhile ago and that faction is no longer welcome at shows and hasn't been for quite awhile as well.

This is another instance where film makers need to access those who were actually PART of a cultural revolution they may be remarking on, rather than just kind of writing away. The bullshit detector is goinng to go off HARD with the above discrepancy for true old guard punks (who this film should be honoring in a HUGE way).

Again LOVE Saulnier's work, the experts as technical advisers and make sure to respect what is basically a folk movement by the people and for the people. This is why Spheris' SUBURBIA works so well.

Todd BrownMay 30, 2015 11:51 PM

You're clearly talking without having seen the film, Sean.

Paul MMay 31, 2015 1:13 AM

This is why I stopped hanging out with punks. So much splintering into cliques and factions, all arguing about who was the true old guard carriers of punk dogma or ideology. It's boring.

Michael FairlambAugust 15, 2015 11:47 PM

Yeah, this guy sounds like a complete bore and I'm glad nobody looked to him for input on this movie.

Mad_Dog_YayanAugust 16, 2015 7:57 PM

What a fuckin bore, long speech no substance

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