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Sundance Interview and Review: Craig Zobel's Compliance

In 2007, Craig Zobel came to the Sundance Film Festival with his indie Great World of Sound, a small character story taking place in the world of indie record production, after having worked with David Gordon Green on many of his early indie movies. This year, he returns to Sundance with Compliance, a very different film, firstly because it delves into the thriller genre, but also because it's based on actual events.
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