When a string of violent, drug-related crimes rock the seedy Puppet Town neighborhood, Herbie, a puppet cop, must work together with his hapless human partner Sanchez to track down the ... See full summary »
Series is based on what Maria has accepted to be "her life." The occasionally surreal episodes, refracted across multiple periods of the actor/comedian's life, tell the story of a woman who loses - and then finds - herself.
Mary Kay Place
"Die When I'm Young" is a comedy short film from 3 years ago written by Rachel Bloom and she also plays the main character. As many other of her works, this one is very short, does not even reach the 3-minute mark. And also as usual with her, there is lots of music in here as this is another pop music video spoof. And also deals a load to the emo culture. Comedy in this Funnyordie clip is Bloom's usual brand: no political correctness and fairly obscene from start to finish. But she has something to say and there is a lot to interpret in this very short video. I personally enjoyed the watch and Bloom's looks are certainly helping, even if it becomes very obvious that her great physical appearance is nothing with which she wants to identify herself because that would make her pretty the same as the people she parodies in this film. I recommend the watch. Thumbs up.
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