SALT LAKE CITY -- A world premiere for the movie "A Walk in the Woods" was held at the Rose Wagner Theater in downtown Salt Lake City Friday night, and the stars of the film, including Sundance Film Festival founder and president Robert Redford, made their appearance.
Redford spoke to FOX 13 News' Kiersten Nuñez about the film, which is based on a book by the same name.
"It's about friendship, friendship lost and regained," Redford said. "Which I thought made it more interesting and gave it more depth."
The film tells the story of two old men who journey through the Appalachian Mountains, and Nick Nolte stars alongside Redford.
"It's about getting to an age that you wonder if you're going to make it up the stairs or not," Nolte said.
The movie is just one of 118 feature films that will be shown at the Sundance Film Festival during the next week and a half. FOX 13 News' Kiersten Nuñez spoke to the stars, the director and moviegoers Friday night, see the video above for her live report.
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