I was at IF3 this weekend, enjoying the movies and when Signatures came on, I was happy to see something different than the other movie focusing primarily on park or urban shredding. The film maker came on stage and explained that he had lived in Japan for the past year and had poured his heart and soul into this movie. He thanked everyone for their support, and hoped we enjoyed the movie. It was clear however, that the french canadian children
didn't enjoy the movie very much.
Between their rude, premature applause and their moaning when they found the movie was not over was pure childhood behavior. It would benefit all of you who were rude during the Signatures premier to watching something different for once. You may learn something - if anything, you'd learn not to be so fucking rude.