I had planned on seeing this film this week but it seems more and more incidents are being brought to light outlining how some people who appear in the film were duped into doing so under false pretenses. The first story to break, which has now resulted in a law suit, tells of 2 college kids in SC
who were told they were participating in a documentary that would be shown outside the U.S. The latest complaints include a used car salesman and a driving instructor who were both lied to as well.
Yeah, I don't think I'll be rushing out anytime soon to put any more money in the pockets of the film's fine, upstanding makers.