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Video of James Franco's Three's Company: A Drama Sundance Art Piece 2011-01-26 12:25:00

Video: See James Franco's Three's Company Sundance Art Installation

James Franco stopped by the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend to unveil his multimedia art piece, Three's Company: A Drama, at New Frontier in Park City. The Oscar nominee also partied the night away after showing off his work, which is on display all week. He cut together footage from the classic show and re-recorded audio, much of which features explicit language. It's hard to capture everything about Three's Company: A Drama, but here's a taste of Franco's latest unique artistic expression!

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lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
HollyJRockNRoll, you're not alone - I don't completely get it either. I suppose part of that is being we were unable to see the entire installation, but these kind of pieces are often unclear about their message. I've seen many of these kinds of exhibits, and many are very good (one in particular that I remember was at the Smithsonian Freer Gallery of Art in Washington. D.C. (which I highly recommend) about the dichotomy of the way men and women each think. It showed that great scene from Annie Hall where Woody Allen's and Diane Keaton's respective characters are talking about their sex lives - they each reveal that they usually have sex three times a week; in his eyes, it's "hardly ever;" in hers, it's "constantly." It was pretty funny and very affective, Anyway, I got away from my point; this is interesting, but I would have to see the whole thing to really understand what he's trying to accomplish. Too bad I don't plan to visit Utah any time soon...
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
HollyJRockNRoll, you're not alone - I don't completely get it either. I suppose part of that is being we were unable to see the entire installation, but these kind of pieces are often unclear about their message. I've seen many of these kinds of exhibits, and many are very good (one in particular that I remember was at the Smithsonian Freer Gallery of Art in Washington. D.C. (which I highly recommend) about the dichotomy of the way men and women each think. It showed that great scene from Annie Hall where Woody Allen's and Diane Keaton's respective characters are talking about their sex lives - they each reveal that they usually have sex three times a week; in his eyes, it's "hardly ever;" in hers, it's "constantly." It was pretty funny and very affective,Anyway, I got away from my point; this is interesting, but I would have to see the whole thing to really understand what he's trying to accomplish. Too bad I don't plan to visit Utah any time soon...
HollyJRockNRoll HollyJRockNRoll 6 years
wtf? Maybe I missed something, but I don't get it.
Annie-Gabillet Annie-Gabillet 6 years
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