Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly, suspected terrorist?

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Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly's passport is being investigated by Homeland Security. Kelly is supossed to debut his second feature film, Southland Tales at the Cannes Film Festival in France in late May. As it turns out, Kelly's passport has been "under review" for several days in Washington DC because there's a "James Kelly" on the terrorist watch list.

Kelly says that the situation is "getting out of control." He has contacted a Senator for aid, and has his mom digging through documents to prove his citizenship.

Southland Tales, is partly about the police-state security measures taken by the U.S. government after a 9/11-type attack.

"The paranoid conspiracy freak inside me is starting to think this has something to do with the film," says Kelly.'>http://www.slashfilm.com/article.php/20060504110520784

Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly's passport is being investigated by Homeland Security. Kelly is supossed to debut his second feature film, Southland Tales at the Cannes Film Festival in France in late May. As it turns out, Kelly's passport has been "under review" for several days in Washington DC because there's a "James Kelly" on the terrorist watch list.

Kelly says that the situation is "getting out of control." He has contacted a Senator for aid, and has his mom digging through documents to prove his citizenship.

Southland Tales, is partly about the police-state security measures taken by the U.S. government after a 9/11-type attack.

"The paranoid conspiracy freak inside me is starting to think this has something to do with the film," says Kelly.
 
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