"Participant Productions had a great 2005. All the big name projects it touched -- Syriana, Good Night and Good Luck, North Country, Murderball-turned that gleamy Oscar-nominated gold," writes Louis Wittig. "Long in production, American Gun is set to be one of the first Participant-funded movies out of the gate in 2006, and, well, things change. The low-profile semi-tragedy is a tiring, foggy affair that dives so headily into art-house sensibility it forgets what it is-a polemic."
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