Rock The Kasbah

The goal: get some face time with the man who brought “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters” to life.
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Barry Levinson's film can be a turning point for the image of Muslims on the silver screen, one of change for the better, moving away from the depiction of sex-craved, blood-thirsty and cruel caricatures.
I received a script from Mitch Glazer called Rock The Kasbah and there it was. The idea I couldn't write. A humanistic, dramatic comedy that dealt with the Muslim world in Afghanistan. He based his script on many of the issues that were happening in Afghanistan and the stories he had been collecting from people like Tom Freston who have been going there for decades.
In the movie world you would not expect a smallish screening for a movie like Rock the Kasbah to have a night like this, but Bill Murray has great karma. Rock legends turned out on Friday night: Sir Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, to start. And there was Bill Clinton, whose silver head shone like a beacon at the room's center.
Dear Bill Murray fans (read: planet Earth), the official trailer for "Rock the Kasbah" is here. In the film, Murray plays
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