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"Darko" Director Investigated Over "Terrorism Links"

Posted in the database on Thursday, May 11th, 2006 @ 17:08:04 MST (1235 views)
from The New York Post  

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Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly could be forced to miss the Cannes Film Festival because his passport is being reviewed by the U.S. Government.

Homeland Security is investigating 31-year-old Kelly, reportedly because there is a James Kelly on the terrorist watch list.

Fearing he will be unable to attend the premiere of his new movie Southland Tales at Cannes later this month, Kelly has contacted a senator and has recruited his mother to hunt out documents to help him prove his American citizenship.

The Virginia-born writer/director fears the issue could be connected to the plot of his new movie, which is in part about security measures taken by the U.S. Government following 9/11.

He says, ""The paranoid conspiracy freak inside me is starting to think this has something to do with the film.""



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