Friday, November 13, 2009

"Films are made for people. They're made for viewers, not for critics."

Ten years ago, first time writer/director Troy Duffy made a small indie flick called “The Boondock Saints.” Few people saw the film during its incredibly short-lived theatrical run, and it looked certain that Duffy’s baby was doomed to the realm of obscurity. Yet somehow, despite all the tribulation, “The Boondock Saints” amassed a loyal following. Dazzled by the gun-slinging MacManus brothers, fans hungered for a follow-up, and Duffy was all too happy to oblige them. The sequel, “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day” hits theaters Nov. 13.

A&E sat down with Duffy and one of the stars of the film, Sean Patrick Flannery, to talk about sequels, style and cult status.

Why did you want to make a sequel and why now after a decade?... READ MORE

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