Julie, who died of a PCP overdose as a teen in the early '70s, searches from beyond the ethers for her little brother, Bob, an obese watch-seller, who is dying of sucrose intolerance, in the early '90s.
It's about friggin time this found its way onto IMDb. Damon follows up his epic, Reflections of Evil, with perhaps the most unflattering "fan film" ever made. Damon makes another poke at Hollywood at George Lucas' expense. Much like with Reflections, Damon turns a director we all know and love/hate and turn him into something archetypal. In the case of Reflections it was Spielberg. Damon utilizes footage from the "making of" documentaries for Attack of the Clones, and portrays Lucas as a raving madman who is out of touch with reality.
I know Damon says that the mockumentary was all in good fun, but there's a fair amount of vitriol that is present that makes the piece that much more flabbergasting.
If you like Reflections of Evil, you owe it to yourself to track this down. It contains all the quirks and madness that made Reflections such a great film and moves it along at a brisk 40 minutes or so.
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