Robert Greene is yapping away again. When will this guy shut up? Even if he is promoting Fake It So Real, a fantastic documentary about some really gutsy and interesting independent wrestling, does he need to embarrass himself like this?
Filmmaker Robert Greene dares to bring his documentary Fake It So Real back to Brooklyn? Not in our house!
Last Thursday the guys from the Millennium Wrestling Federation launched a full-on invasion of Crown Vic and gave us a dose of live pro-wrestling and a stone cold kick in the teeth to any one who ever said pro-wrestling was fake. It got real. Something tells me Brooklyn will never be quite the same.
We spoke to director Robert Greene, whose documentary “Fake It So Real” will be screened this Thursday at Crown Vic, about how he came to make the film and why he believes pro-wrestling is so often over looked as both an art form and a sport.
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Rooftop is excited to announce that a series of our films will be screened in Philadelphia in partnership with The Awesome Fest, the only place in Philly to get your fill of all the most awesome movie events.
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