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Madonna film ‘Truth or Who Cares’?

Madonna may have found inner peace – but will her kabbala-induced serenity put movie audiences to sleep?
Last summer, Her Madgesty hired Swedish director Jonas Akerlund and a small army of cameramen to make a documentary about her Re-Invention tour. Word is she saw the film as a sequel to “Truth or Dare,” the 1991 concert film directed by her previous instrument, Alek Keshishian.
Madonna and Akerlund have spent much of the past six months editing the film, which tentatively has the catchy title “The Re-Invented Process.”
Cannes Film Fest officials turned down a rough cut of the film – which doesn’t surprise some who’ve seen it.
“More than half of the film is about how the kabbala has enriched her life,” an insider tells us. “People do not want to see this from Madonna. They want to be shocked. All of the juicy stuff – like Madonna and [husband] Guy Ritchie arguing – was cut out by Madge herself because she wanted to show how much the kabbala has changed her.”
The Cannes committee seemed to want to make it up to Madonna by inviting her to be a juror, but she reciprocated their rejection. Some say the whole experience has put her in a foul mood.
“Guy has been getting the Madge attitude 2-4/7,” claims our source.
Madonna rep Liz Rosenberg says that, according to one person who saw the “Re-Invented” film, “There really isn’t that much kabbala in it. The movie has terrific performance footage. And how could it be like ‘Truth or Dare’? Her life is so much different now.
“She’s already back in the recording studio. Her tracks are said to be incredible. Believe me, Madonna’s never been one to wallow in depression.”
source : nydailynews