It is one of the strangest and most provocative movies this reporter has seen in eight years attending the Sundance Film Festival. And it may well never be viewed by a commercial audience. Sitting at a Park City café shortly after the screening ended, Moore, 36, is trying to take deep breaths. The director has been living the last three years in a state of heightened tension, fearful that Disney would find out about his stealth project and try to quash it. The filmmaker strongly encouraged anyone who worked on the film not to tell anyone, not even close friends, what they were working on. He was so nervous about a potential blabbermouth at a postproduction house that he took the movie to South Korea to edit, where he has been traveling to, on and off, from Los Angeles for the last two years. “It got really tense for a while,” Moore said of his home and personal life. His wife knew what he was up to; many friends didn’t.You can watch the trailer here to get an idea what the film is like, though it doesn't reveal any recognizable Disney imagery. We hope that the movie eventually makes its way to Orlando for a screening, though everyone seems to think Disney's going to lawyer up and shut this movie down before it gets very far.
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