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May 11, 2013 § 2 Comments
Apparently this is an actual movie. I think it should be the early favorite to win an Oscar next year, duh.
Maybe it can achieve the same camp as the New Zealand comedy-horror film "Black Sheep". (Unfortunately, given Bekmambetov's involvement, I doubt it…)
One can only hope that squirrels can even make one of his films better 😛
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