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on Friday, October 26, 2007
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A conversation with director Wes Anderson about his film The Darjeeling Limited.
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It seems like part of the interview is cut out.
Yeah, the cutaway was really bad... and obvious since they left in the entire credits at the end to make up for the time they cut out.
I saw this interview when it aired and I don't remember any sensitive information about Owen Wilson. As was mentioned, it was probably a transfer error.
Either way, The Darjeeling Limited was fantastic.
Anderson is great. I wish the interview were longer... the cut away from the Owen Wilson subject was.... weird. But understandable, I guess.
Darjeeling Ltd. is a pretty good movie--if you liked Anderson's others, you'll like this one.
Yeah! What's up with that? Where's the rest? If it was cut because of the obvious avoidance of discussion of Wilson's incident, than I understand, but at least say that's why it was left out. But it looks like it's just a transfer error.