In this outlandish black comedy, Eric, a mild mannered man, takes his wife and his children on what he believes will be a final happy holiday before his kids leave the nest. Instead of a ...
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Which of the staff are safe at the surreal Kirke University when cuts are imminent? Writer of 'Joy Of Zero', Imogen Moffat looks safe, as does womanizer Matt Beer - vital for seducing the restructuring guru Georgina.
In this outlandish black comedy, Eric, a mild mannered man, takes his wife and his children on what he believes will be a final happy holiday before his kids leave the nest. Instead of a peaceful holiday, Eric is thrust into a world of sexual decadence, headless corpses, sadistic policemen, and one wise old man. Written by
Love this film - excellent plot - didn't know what was going to happen next
I really loved this film. I thought it was wonderfully written, directed and shot. The cast of characters were crazy funny. If you're into dark comedy's this is a must see. The plot was totally crazy but it totally works. I was really surprised at the high level cast, for an independent film it had a lot great actors. And the guy who stutters is freak'in hilarious. I think this was one of the last movies with David Carradine in it. Plus if you like Frank Harper in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels you gotta see him in this. Gina Bellman is totally hot
and if you're into dwarfs - she is even hotter. Just check it out,
you wont be disappointed.
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