Enter the world of Felice Falafafull. Is she a high class socialite of Monstropolis? No - a village idiot, who can't seem to keep her own nose clean. Follow her on a mysterious journey from weird obscurity to fame and fortune. How does it all happen? Is it the brainwashing from her special ed. teacher? Did her neighbors somehow enlighten her? How about her family? What strange twist of events carry her to the meaning of life? The secret lies within her involvement with "the protesters". A group conducting secret meetings deep in the belly of the city. What are their issues, their activism, what are they protesting? What do they plot, what do they hope to achieve? And what happens to Felice as she gets in deep over her head? What happens as she gets swept into the twilight zone? Follow Felice on her incredible adventure ...one never knows when a brilliant idea will suddenly change the historic course of events. It may come from the most unlikely source and from the strangest of heroes.... Written by
P. E. Tasciotti
They don't know what they stand up for and they don't know what they're up against.
27 December 2004 (USA)
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There's a play-on-words and inside joke for the residents of Poughkeepsie, NY. One of the main characters, played by Edly Chery, is named for the original, historic name of Poughkeepsie. The native, indigenous tribes had pronounced the name of this place as, "Upiqui-upsi-ing", meaning "hut by the reeds of the stream" or something similar. This is why Felice mispronounces her cousin's name as the name of the modern town, where directors Edward D. Wood Jr.
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Hullo, Hullo, Poughkeepsie!
No, it's Upiqui! How many times do I have to tell you my name, Felice?
David Faivre a.k.a. Davis Favis, an old friend of the screenwriter, created some of the special effects and props. See more