For starters, some of the language in the trailer for "Indie Game: The Movie" is not safe for work. (Some people drop the F-bomb.)
But the documentary looks promising, as it profiles independent video game designers, who labor for years writing code and testing their games - all in hopes of breaking through the industry barrier to create a video game that will play well and reflect their artistic ambitions.
"Indie Game: The Movie" will have its world premiere in the World Cinema Documentary competition at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
- Sean P. Means
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