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All of the main characters from Hello Herman discuss how the intensity level that was present on the day of filming affected everyone. They try to explain all the feelings that they were experiencing throughout filming that day.
Hello Herman starring: Norman Reedus, Martha Higareda, and Garrett Backstrom. The movie premiered to a sold out crowd at the Hollywood Film Festival in October, and will premiere at the Monaco Film Festival on May 7th 2013. The film opens on June 7, 2013 in 15 major cities across North America, with simultaneous availability on Time Warner On-Demand in 100 million US homes. The trailer for Hello Herman can be viewed at allinfilms.com. Michelle’s next movie is a comedy and is set to film in August of 2013.
Actor Norman Reedus takes a break from his controversial Lady Gaga video to discuss Hello Herman director Michelle Danner. Norman Reedus is starring in the controversial and provocative movie about why tragic events like Columbine and Virginia Tech continue to happen in our country.
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Michelle Danners latest film Hello Herman starring Norman Reedus from the “Walking Dead” & “Boondock Saints” & Marta Higareda opens in theaters nationwide & simultaneous on View-on-Demand in over 100 million homes on June 7th, 2013.
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Hello Herman is a compelling drama facing issues of high school violence with a caring hand, exploring a phenomenon that continues to yield national tragedies.
“HELLO HERMAN is a powerful and important work, a darkly brilliant tone poem about America’s tango with violence and fame. Herman will get under your skin. He may even follow you home. What is certain is you won’t soon forget him.” Sam Kashner
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