The F Word (2005)

The F Word (2005)

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Writer/director Jed Weintrob takes a cue from Medium Cool director Haskell Wexler with this tale of a frustrated radio DJ who takes to the streets of Manhattan during the Republican National Convention. The Federal Communications Commission has slapped his station with $1 million in indecency fines, and popular radio personality Joe Pace (Josh Hamilton) isn't going down without a fight. As the streets fill with restless republicans, angry protestors, and other colorful characters, Joe arms himself with a wireless microphone and a portable transmitter in order to get the opinions of the average person on the street. The resulting film, which merges actual interviews with staged encounters, paints a vivid picture of a struggling media during a time in which a simple slip of the nipple and the subsequent extreme measures taken by the FCC sparked a fiery debate over "broadcast decency."
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama
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Studio:
2KAAT Productions

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Cast

Sam Rockwell
as Jeremy
Josh Hamilton
as Joe Pace
Callie Thorne
as Stephanie
Zak Orth
as Manny
Reverend Billy
as Himself
Ralph Parilla
as Ralph Parilla
Pat Oleszko
as Statue of Liberty Protestor
Michael Tenaglia
as Construction Worker
Mia Barron
as Sara
Owen West
as Owen
J. Richey Nash
as Republican
John Perry Barlow
as John Perry Barlow
Peter Camejo
as Peter Camejo
Ari Gold
as Two Seat Bicycle Dude
Edoardo Ballerini
as Walt Whitman Quoter
Ruby Karp
as Ruby
Marcelle Karp
as Marcelle
Jayson Littman
as Free Hugger
Carolyn Demerice
as Reporter
Waris Ahluwalia
as Sikh Republican Fundraiser
Danzy Senna
as Danzy
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Mvke Stklme
Mvke Stklme
½

It was a boring movie, but interesting the way it was made. Watching an actor interview real people on the street is about as interesting as watching someone do your taxes.

Bruno Lot
Bruno Lot
½

Interesting and thought-provoking. Watch it, even if the election's been over for three years already.

Adam L.
Adam L.

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