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Anthony Giacchino Interview on MOVIE GEEKS UNITED!

The reviews are pouring in!  MOVIE GEEKS UNITED! is the sensation of internet movie talk radio!  Hosted by MySpace film critics Jamey and Jerry, as well as the hysterically funny and highly opionated Chris, MOVIE GEEKS UNITED! is your must-hear weekly dose of intelligent, passionate and insightful movie talk. 

On the show this week....

In August of 1971, a group of Vietname protestors, many of them from the Catholic left, broke into a New Jersey draft board office and began destroying files.  Having been betrayed by a mole on the inside of their operation, the FBI arrested the group at the scene and one of the most important trials in legal history soon ensued.  The group was later acquitted, and thirty-five years later they converged to tell their story in the most moving documentary of the year -- "The Camden 28".

Anthony Giacchnio, the film's director, and John Swinglish, one of the original members of the Camden 28, will join the movie geeks for an in-depth discussion during the next epsiode of MOVIE GEEKS UNITED!

This highly visceral, inspiring documentary has garnered raves from reputable critics across the country:

"For aging rads, it's something of a gift; for the under-30 conscientious, it could be an inpsiration." -- Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice

"While Anhtony Giacchino's debut feature doc appears on the surface to tell a standard tale of civil disobedience, a surprising story unfolds, full of twists and turns, betrayals and redemption."  -- Anthony Kaufman, San Francisco Film Society

"Poignant..." -- Stephen Holden, The New York Times

To learn more about the film, go to  We'll be accepting your calls at 718-508-9477 throughout the interview.  YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!!!!


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