Closing night at Sundance had the red carpet buzzing with reporters just waiting to lay eyes and questions on the stars of one of the last premieres of the festival, "The Words." The 96-minute film stars rumored real-life couple Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana. Co-directed by Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal, "The Words" is about a struggling writer, Rory Jansen (played by Cooper), who discovers a manuscript in a weathered briefcase. Going against what is morally right, Jansen publishes the manuscript under his name.
The film examines the consequences of the choices people make.
"I think the biggest hope for this movie is that this will be the type of movie that when you see it, you want to leave and discuss it. And you want to have a discussion about some of the choices that some of the characters made.I think this is hopefully, the kind of film that inspires that kind of conversation," said co-director Brian Klugman from the red carpet, shortly before the film premiered.