Storytelling
John Goodman & Julie Haggerty
Storytelling is available in both unrated and R-rated forms, both widescreen (1.85:1) and fullscreen, on DVD from New Line Home Entertainment, which also features the theatrical trailer. The R-rated version of Storytelling is also available as a full-screen VHS edition. 2002, 87 mins.

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Mark WebberTodd Solondz returns with a characteristically scabrous dissection of the confused motives that can lie behind 'true-to-life' writing and documentary film-making. He offers two separate stories ('Fiction' and 'Non-Fiction') that unfold amid the sadly comical terrain of college and high school. In the first, a young female student has a stranger-than-fiction sexual encounter with her creative writing tutor. In the second, a struggling documentarian sets out to faithfully record the life and thoughts of an ordinary American adolescent, but finds himself irresistibly drawn to the exploitative possibilities of the material...

Storytelling

Storytelling - Todd Solondz' sceenplay, published by Faber & Faber, Inc. in February, 2002. 67 pages, ISBN: 0571212832

And for those of you who haven't seen the American, censored version of this film, here is:

The infamous red box.

Storytelling: Belle & Sebastian
In June 2002, Storytelling, by Belle & Sebastian, was released on Matador Records, featuring 34 minutes of new music comprised of both instrumental film score and six, new vocal tracks:

1. Fiction
2. Freak
3. Early Letterman
4. F_ck This Sh_t
5. Night Walk
6. Jersey's Where It's At
7. Black and White Unite
8. Consuelo
9. Toby
10. Storytelling
11. Class Rank
12. I Don't Want To Play Football
13. Consuelo Leaving
14. Wandering Alone
15. Mandingo Cliche
16. Scooby Driver
17. Fiction (Reprise)
18. Big John Shaft

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