Franchophrenia, a film co-directed by James Franco and Ian Olds using footage from Franco’s stint on TV soap General Hospital, will have its world premiere at this year’s Rotterdam International Film Festival (Jan. 25-Feb. 5).
The feature, alternatively titled Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is, is described as a “humorous psycho-thriller.” Franco and Olds made it by writing a new script for existing footage shot by Franco on General Hospital, where the Oscar-nominated actor has a recurring role as an avant-guarde artist called Franco. Franchophrenia will screen in Rotterdam’s main Spectrum Section.
Stephanie Pannozzo, on January 13th, 2012 at 4:05 PM Said:
Hi Franco, I just watched you on General Hospital and I hope you will be back again. I love when you are in there because yoiu make the story very interesting. You are also a very good actor. I saw you got shot from Jason. I sure hope it is not the end of you. You have a baby coming from Sam, remember. So I sure hope you will return soon. Your fan, Stephanie.
Penelope Peters, on January 14th, 2012 at 3:23 PM Said:
IF FRANCO CHARACTER DIES AND HE’S NO LONGER ON GH…I STOP WATCHING..JUST SAYIN’:/
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