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Despite all the attention being showered on that other Facebook movie, Monday’s New York screening of Rogue’s “Catfish” at the Paris Theater was not lacking for star power. Everyone from Harvey Keitel to Amare Stoudemire showed up to witness the social networking site’s potentially dangerous lack of privacy.
“I have a lot of crazy people on my Facebook,” said Ryan Kavanaugh, a co-executive producer. “I don’t interact enough, but I still have my share of stalkers.”
Stoudemire has thus far avoided that danger. “It’s pretty private,” he explained.
Privacy is clearly important to the new Knickerbocker, who departed before the after-party at the Plaza Hotel’s Oak Room.
“Is that who that was?” asked Nev Schulman, the doc’s protagonist. “I didn’t even know.”