A bunch of blue clay men who live on a table are contacted by another species of clay people through radio. Now 4 brave blue clay men will leave the table for the first time ever in order to find these mysterious clay men.
A man who is constantly pushed around by everyone is visited by an alien race. The aliens seem to be just a nuisance at first, but eventually become a huge problem when they begin to kill everyone that's been giving him a hard time.
Klay World isn't actually a world, it's just a table with a bunch of blue klaymen on it. They have never accomplished anything with their sad little lives ... until another species of claymen communicate with them over radio. Now Klay World has a chance to finally become something bigger. The only problem is that they have to leave the table for the first time ever and travel through the outdoors to find these new klay people. Written by
Dialogue that was included in the teaser, but not in the actual movie: in the teaser Dr. Bob says "This is the worst idea in the history of bad idea's, and we've had a lot of those," but in the actual movie Dr. Bob only says, "This is the worst idea in the history of bad ideas." See more »
When the camera pans over the radio equipment, you can see director Robert Benfer's shadow on the wall. See more »
Klay world:Off the Table is one of those movies that have to be watched to be fully appreciated. If someone described a movie where clay people try to find aliens, one might severely question the movie tastes of that person. Not to mention the fact that it is an indie movie. However, if it is watched all the way through, one will find that this independently produced, low budget film is actually one of the funniest movies to ever be put onto a DVD. The unique, minimalist quality of humor that Robert Benfer portrays is readily apparent through his simple blue klaymen. Vince, for example, is just a hoarse elderly voice, yet contains such humor due to the fact that it perfectly fits the character in the situation. This movie should not only just be considered, but one would be missing out on 91 of some of the greatest minutes of their lives.
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