‘JACQUELINE (ARGENTINE)’ PREMIERES AT SUNDANCE FEATURING THE DELFONICS CUT
Mockumentary film Jacqueline (Argentine) premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. The film, described as a “hilarious, low-key misadventure” about a young eccentric Frenchwoman who claims to have uncovered a covert assassination conspiracy, features The Delfonics cut “The Delfonics Theme (aka How Could You)”, part of Reservoir’s Philly Groove catalog.
Inspired by Edward Snowden, Jacqueline (Argentine) is already gaining buzz for its humorous take on a serious subject, earning praise from Hollywood Life and actor and filmmaker Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who tweeted “Just saw Jacqueline (Argentine)—hilarious, smart, inspiring, depressing, but like good depressing.”
Click here for a schedule of viewing times and listen to The Delfonics’ “The Delfonics Theme (aka How Could You)” below: