Real stars don’t get reality shows; they get reality movies. I Trust You to Kill Me is an odd, revealing documentary curio about how Kiefer Sutherland took a not-great indie band he manages out on tour during a break from 24 last year. At first the doc seems vain, but filmmaker Manu Boyer is appropriately skeptical of his star subject, who gets drunk, tackles a Christmas tree, and confesses a lot — sometimes stirringly — to the camera. Even when he looks like a complete dolt, Sutherland still comes off sympathetically, as a cool guy.
I Trust You to Kill MeReal stars don't get reality shows; they get reality movies. I Trust You to Kill Me is an odd, revealing documentary curio about how...I Trust You to Kill MeDocumentaryPT88MRReal stars don't get reality shows; they get reality movies. I Trust You to Kill Me is an odd, revealing documentary curio about how...2006-09-20First Independent Pictures
Genre: Documentary; Director: Manu Boyer; Release Date Limited: 09/08/2006; Runtime (in minutes): 88; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: First Independent Pictures
Posted September 20 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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