Kevin Smith ponders the fate of his career in Sundance


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Kevin Smith is making his Sundance rounds (so far without transport issues) and stopped by the Bing Bar to discuss his controversial new flick, ‘Red State.’


Though Smith, a ‘90s phenomenon for his film ‘Clerks,’ is courting political tension with the new thriller, wherein a cult-like conservative group wreaks havoc on sex-seeking teens, he’s also aware of the state of his career.

After seriously upsetting journalists and potential film buyers with a bait-and-switch on the distribution rights to his film, he reflected on Sundance making his career (where ‘Clerks’ was sold) and his latest visit — the beginning of the end?

‘I am a creature of Sundance. I made my career here, and tonight I might have destroyed my career here,’ he told Bing.

‘Or created the second phase of the career.’

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