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It's like something out of a movie, really. This (unheard of ) director comes to a small remote town (Eureka, Calif., 280 miles north of San Francisco) and makes headlines by filming "a big Hollywood production!" entirely in our area. We're so far from anything that this becomes very exciting, especially when they hire some local talent to act and work. At premiere time there is a big "opening night" at a local theater, complete with director and lots of publicity (lots by our standards). A large, excited crowd fills the film house and sits *stunned* by the horribly stupid plot that unfolds. At first we're excited by all the scenes of local beauty, and enchanted by a very pleasant soundtrack, but by the time we are halfway through, we realize we have wasted part of our lives, captive to a film turkey. We file out in silence, yes, *silence*. I heard only one person speak all the way to the parking lot a block away, offering, "well, the music was nice". The movie went straight to video and it has since become a local joke. It *does* do justice to our beautiful N.Calif. coastline but if you want that, rent "Outbreak" or even "The Lost World". They were also filmed here and went far to get the taste of Jezebel's Kiss out of our mouths!
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