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Clerk. (2021, D: Ingram) -- documentary about Kevin Smith




An extensive all access documentary examining the life and career of indie filmmaking icon Kevin Smith. Featuring never before seen interviews with friends, family, filmmaking peers, and icons of the film, comedy and comic worlds. Available November 23.

Directed by Malcom Ingram
Starring Stan Lee, Justin Long, Penn Jillette, Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier, Jason Mewes
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Re: Clerk. (2021, D: Ingram) -- documentary about Kevin Smith

His story doesn't feel underexplored.
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Re: Clerk. (2021, D: Ingram) -- documentary about Kevin Smith

Originally Posted by mwbmis
His story doesn't feel underexplored.
Ya think? Dude won’t shut up about himself.
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Re: Clerk. (2021, D: Ingram) -- documentary about Kevin Smith

Will Kevin Smith cry when he watches this movie about himself?
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Re: Clerk. (2021, D: Ingram) -- documentary about Kevin Smith

Originally Posted by mwbmis
His story doesn't feel underexplored.
Yeah, between the DVD documentaries and commentary tracks and podcasts and those great Q&A performances I can't imagine what I'm going to get out of documentary, but I realize others might not have been absorbing all these same things I have for the last 20 years.

But I look forward to someone making an Ed Wood style (heavily fictionalized) bio-pic of Smith in another twenty years or so.

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