Greg Roman performs eight numbers as Titler, a cross-dressing man with a woman's figure and the hair and mustache of the Fuhrer's. His dress is sleeveless: his muscular arms add to the ... See full summary »
Greg Roman performs eight numbers as Titler, a cross-dressing man with a woman's figure and the hair and mustache of the Fuhrer's. His dress is sleeveless: his muscular arms add to the effect. Most are familiar tunes with Titler's own lyrics: "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" becomes a song about performers of fellatio and cunnilingus. The lyrics are camp, and some have gay and lesbian themes. It's set in an abandoned and decaying state hospital, shot in sepia: in a yard, a boiler room, a high-ceilinged hall, and against a wire fence. It dissolves to black between each tune. A small dog, a friend in a wheelchair, and a fur stole are props in a few numbers. Written by
This movie is very funny, I saw it at the Savannah Film Festival, I only wish that I could see it again. It was quite enjoyable, I was not bothered at all by the blatant vulgarity. Mostly I just enjoyed the originality of it, some of the other shorts tried to be so poetic, and took themselves so seriously, but this one really stood out because Greg took a funny idea and made it work. Everyone in the theatre was laughing hysterically.
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