Filmmaker Josh Fox said he woke up on Election Day “with a very bad feeling.”
“I felt very deeply that the Clinton campaign was out of touch,” said Fox, the director of the Oscar-nominated 2010 documentary “Gasland.”
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But quickly, “The feeling of the festivities, and having lasagna, turned to instant nausea.”
“What was a sort of a party turned into the feeling of a funeral. The darkest I’ve ever seen,” said the 45-year-old director.
“I think at that point everyone really began drinking heavily,” he recalled with a chuckle.
As he hopped into a cab in the early morning hours, Fox said “it felt like a completely different world overnight.”
“It just feels very much like we picked the wrong page on a choose-your-own-adventure book,” he said.
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