The Big Gondry


Friday, March 07, 2008

Inspired by his new film "Be Kind Rewind," director Michel Gondry created a special exhibit of movie sets at the Deitch Projects art gallery in New York, where people can walk in and make their own movies. So Studio 360's Michele Siegel gathered her co-workers to remake The Coen brothers cult hit, "The Big Lebowski" — starring Kurt in the title role.
(With production help from Katie Rolnick.)


Katie Rolnick and Michele Siegel

Comments [8]

Monica from Shoreline, WA (you know, the OTHER Washington)

What it lacked in production values, it made up for in spirit. Cheers to the most spirited cast and crew around, at least for now. I'm curious - what will be your next picture? Casablanca? The 1000 Blows? Tapeheads?

Mar. 14 2008 02:14 PM
Beatrice B. White from Saint Paul, Minnesota

The music was good.

Mar. 12 2008 06:10 PM
Brian from MN

where were the nihlists?

ve belief in nossink!

Mar. 08 2008 05:06 PM
David Krasnow from Studio 360, USA

I was totally going to quit my job and head out to LA looking for my breakout role, but after a focus group like that, I think I'll stick to radio.

Mar. 08 2008 04:42 PM
Mark from Virginia

"FIN" was the best part.

Mar. 08 2008 01:33 PM
amanda from Talent, OR

Loved the highway scene. Ah, the open road!

Mar. 08 2008 12:23 PM
Jeremy from New York City

That was terrible. Is it that hard to act? That's what I learned: it must be.

Mar. 08 2008 10:43 AM

This is sooo bad. Haha, what schlock.

Mar. 08 2008 10:22 AM

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