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John Carpenter in Tribeca: Violent films comes from our fearsome world

As audiences brace themselves for this summer's release of Hostel 2 and America comes to terms with the violence of the recent Virginia Tech murders, the Tribeca Film Festival last night hosted a discussion about violence in films and the impact on society.Panelists all agreed that the real-life violence seen on the evening news was more disturbing than fictional films, and that the current political and social landscape produced anxiety ...

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