Louis C.K.: Hilarious to Be First Stand-Up Movie at Sundance
Louis C.K.: comedian, actor, trailblazer.
Not a bad trio of descriptors, right? You probably knew about the first two; C.K.’s recurring role on Parks and Recreation has brought his name to the masses. But in the trailblazing department, his movie Louis C.K.: Hilarious is set to be the first stand-up film presented at the Sundance Film Festival.
The movie was filmed during C.K.‘s performance on April 18, 2009 at Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater, and is his third film entered in Sundance, after 1998’s Tomorrow Night and 1994’s short film “Ice Cream.”
Sundance 2010 goes down in four Utah cities this upcoming Jan. 21-31.
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