Mark Wahlberg’s movie about ’90s punk rock, ‘I Don’t Believe You’ – Buzzfeed
Posted On July 28, 2021
The movie I Don’t believe you was filmed in Australia in the 1990s, according to the film’s director Mark Wockersberg, and he believes the movie’s theme, ’90S punk rock,’ could be applied to his new film, I Don, which is about the late 1990s.
I Don also stars Mark Waugh and Kristen Stewart, who is the co-star of Wahlberger’s upcoming film I Don.
“I don’t believe in a world where it’s the same people that are in the same situation,” Wockeringberg told Buzzfeed.
“There’s a world out there where people are still in the 90s and it’s still relevant.
“The theme of that movie, I think, could be something you could relate to, and you’re in the midst of it. “
You’re not going to be a millionaire but you are going to have that experience, and so you want to understand what’s going on and why.””
The theme of that movie, I think, could be something you could relate to, and you’re in the midst of it.
You’re not going to be a millionaire but you are going to have that experience, and so you want to understand what’s going on and why.”
I think it’s really fun to be in the middle of that, to see how people are reacting and how the world is reacting to the world, and to be able to understand the reactions that people are having.
“It’s the most fun thing I’ve ever done, but it’s not going anywhere.”
I Don stars Kristen Stewart as Jane, a punk rocker in her early twenties, and Mark Wockerberg as Mark, an engineer who finds a way to escape the ’90’s punk scene and becomes a rock star in his 20s.
The film stars Mark Wilson, Mark Wollerman, Tim Curry, Matt Lanter, Kevin Bacon, and Will Arnett.
I Don is out now on Netflix.
I don believe you is available to stream on the US service now.