...well, sort of. I've been keeping up with the Sundance Film Festival, and one of the biggest hits of the whole thing seems to be a new documentary called "The World According To Sesame Street", a pretty interesting look at how Sesamet Street has to be adapted to meet the sometimes harsh realities and unique cultural circumstances of many countries abroad. According to reviews, the documentary film goes behind the scenes from the(now former) Muppet workshop of New York to the 1969 beginnings to controversy surrounding Kami(the AIDS muppet) and everything in between on a global scale. From what I've read, the main theme is how Sesame Street has come into a wide variety of vastly differing cultures and is trying to bridge the gap between different cultures.(the film covers a new Sesame Street aimed at war torn Serbians/Albanians, and another in Bangladesh) Here's links on it: official site: http://www.participantproductions.com/films/Coming Soon/63/TheWorldAccordingtoSesameStreet reviews: http://www.mytelus.com/news/article.do?pageID=news_home&articleID=2150292 http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117929346?categoryid=31&cs=1 Definately will go on my top ten films to see in the theatre this year! (especially since I love documentaries) Besides the inetrnational and socio-political aspect, I'm curious to see what behind the scenes/Muppeteer stuff it will have.