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Full Frontal
2002
 
Director Steven Soderbergh's "unofficial karmic sequel" to his 1989 breakout film, Sex, Lies, and Videotape, involves a distaff switcheroo this time, as inquiring reporter Julia Roberts interviews Blair Underwood in a film-within-a-film scenario. Shooting with digital video, the indie helmer brought the film in for a bargain-basement budget of about $2 million. Roberts laughingly refers to Full Frontal as "my little nudie flick."
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
Comedy, Drama, Indie, Romance
 
The scenes with Julia Roberts are fine but much of the film looks like a home movie. Tons of worthless voice-over scenes and very rough editing combined into a discombobulated film
 
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