Kim and John discuss the anti-Islam movie that's been at the center of the uprisings in Egypt and killings in Libya. This was not a Hollywood film nor did it have anyone credible from the film industry involved in it. But it exposes the secret world of super low-budget filmmaking, where people line up to make $75 a day--or less and actors are exploited. In this case at least one actor was misled on what the film was about and even what it was called. And in the end the actors' lines were dubbed.
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