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Blowing Bubbles (2010)

 -  Short | Comedy | Drama  -  April 2010 (USA)
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Bubbles the Clown is choking, night after night, when his performance routine is disrupted by the departure of the Bearded Woman.

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Joseph Andrew Schneider ...
Bubbles the Clown (as Joseph Schneider)
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Vaughn Juares ...
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Bubbles the Clown is choking, night after night, when his performance routine is disrupted by the departure of the Bearded Woman.

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Gen Art 2010
22 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film screened at the Gen Art film festival, alongside Sebastian Guetierrez's feature 'Electa Luxx'. I was given tickets to this screening and, honestly, did not have high hopes for either of the films... I was more interested in spotting a few celebrities! Electra Luxx was a far departure from Guetierrez's most recent works (Gothika / Snakes on a Plane) and I was pleasantly surprised...

However, the most entertaining part of this screening was a the short film Blowing Bubbles, by unknown director Vaughn Juares.

This is a very short film, about 3 minutes long, but very perversely touching in it's own way.

I love old black and white films and I thought it was a great choice to tell this twisted comedy in a sort of noir-style.

The young actor who plays Bubbles the Clown, Joseph Schneider, gave a very matter-of-fact performance which cut perfectly against the ridiculous nature of this story.

The film is a great reminder that it is unnecessary for the object of obsession to make sense to our peers. Great!


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