Rebel Without a Crew: Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player - Study Guide Chapter Ten, "Telluride and Toronto" Summary & Analysis

Robert Rodríguez
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In this chapter Rodriguez is invited to present his movie at two film festivals. His journal entries start on September 3rd and end on September 18, 1992. El Mariachi is premiering at Telluride where it will be shown on opening night, so Rodriguez's emotions run high. He feels uncomfortable and under pressure because he fears failure, and especially failure in front of witnesses. He gets to meet the famous movie critic, Roger Ebert, and the critic tells him he has heard about El Mariachi and cannot wait to see it, which makes Rodriguez wish he could have redone a few scenes. On opening night, upon seeing the long line of people waiting to see his movie, Rodriguez becomes really anxious and thinks that they will hate his "practice" movie. To make matters worse...

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