The Kid Stays In The Ad Picture

Miller, Julie
January 2005
CREATIVITY;Jan2005, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p34
Trade Publication
The article states that "With The Kid Stays in the Picture,"-which he did happen to screen once with Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson at Robert Evans' Beverly Hills home-Morgen and co-director Nanette Burstein combine Evans' off-camera narration with stock footage and digitally enhanced photos to create a kind of 3-D third-person biography, which was generally praised by the critics. Morgen comes from a progressive educational background, beginning with the alternative Crossroads High School in Santa Monica.


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