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Tiffany Haddish Stood Her Ground At Sundance After An Audience Member Griped About Her New Film

Tiffany Haddish started her career by making audiences laugh as stand-up comic before starring in the critically-acclaimed comedy Girls Trip. She’s been doing more varied work in recent years, though her newest film is Cory Finley’s Landscape with Invisible Hand, which is based on M.T. Anderson’s science-fiction novel of the same name. When it had its premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, an audience member shared a gripe about the new movie, and Haddish had something to say.

The annual Sundance Film Festival serves as a showcase for various big-screen productions (most of which are indie movies) and, this year, Tiffany Haddish’s latest is definitely one of the most unique. In the upcoming Landscape with Invisible Hand, Earth is taken over by aliens called the Vuvv, who bring wonderful technology to the planet that only the rich can afford. This causes two teenagers to live stream their love story to the fascinated aliens in the hope of receiving financial compensation for it. Apparently, one festival attendee took issue with the flick because it’s produced by a major studio, and the moment was caught on video by Deadline Hollywood. Ultimately, Tiffany Haddish stood her ground, though, and sought to defend it. Take a look at the video below:

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