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OREM, Utah (AP) -- An Orem man who stars in a documentary about Michael Moore's visit to Utah Valley State College last fall now says he wants out of the film.
Kay Anderson who tried to stop Moore from speaking at U-V-S-C is now trying to stop Steven Greenstreet's documentary about Moore's visit.
Anderson signed an agreement with Greenstreet allowing the 25-year-old filmmaker to shoot extensive footage of him during the Moore controversy. But the Orem investor revoked his consent and threatened to sue after learning Greenstreet had teamed up with the Phil Gordon, the chairman of U-V-S-C's Communications Department.
Anderson says Gordon has a liberal bias.
Greenstreet's film "This Divided State" debuts tonight at U-V-S-C's Ragan Theater. It's expected to draw more than 4-hundred people.
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