When journalist, Monica Commons, disappears while looking for a kidnapped TV star, the details show up in a leaked FBI report. This prompts a documentary filmmaker to find the truth. But ...
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When journalist, Monica Commons, disappears while looking for a kidnapped TV star, the details show up in a leaked FBI report. This prompts a documentary filmmaker to find the truth. But with most of the FBI's crucial details blackened out, the filmmaker has to "wing it" when he gets to the end. And as the saying goes - "The truth may be out there, but it never grosses more than fiction." Written by
Because of the real Meredith Driver being pregnancy sick, her motel scenes were all shot without her. Later she came back, shot everything by herself, and it was all spliced to fit the scenes. See more »
A beautifully convoluted film that explodes the contents of Director Neill Calabro's head across the screen! There are so many elements at work here that it'll make your brain spin and eyes cramp. References include: John Frankenheimer, Rod Serling and Rock band: Golden Earring to name only three of many! Theories abound in this flicker incl. The Screen Actor's Guild may be a government conspiracy, Television is a real world where only the enlightened may dwell and Twilight Zone Creator Rod Serling has been re-incarnated as both Ed Rose and Cultivision's director: Neill Calabro!!! You may already be dead if the performances by Scott Brantley('Ed Rose'), Emmy Collins('The Prophet of TV'), Danny Vinson and Clay Cranford(as insanely delightful brothers) don't move you to peals of astonishing laughter. Contact the director and ask him one or the many questions you'll have after experiencing this far-fetched and fun flapper!
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