I was in the film too (Max). It was a whole lot of fun to make the thing. I bet the folks of Hamel IL are still talking about the time we were there. Hugh really should have told them what was going on. :)
The whole thing felt like we were on a real movie set: it didn't have an air of cheapness about it at all. Hugh is a great guy: I wish I could have been involved in other projects of his.
Oh, I went back to Hamel IL to see what the town was like, many years later. Stan left that hotel: from what I was told, one day he just picked up and left. That rundown little restaurant is still there, as is that bar with the great fried cod. In other words, except for Stan, the town is unchanged.
Every once in a while I bug Hugh about doing a new film project. Hugh is doing all right with Draculina; I don't think he has any cash to throw away on another film. And that's a real shame.
You mean Hugh's films aren't on DVD? Considering how easy it is to do (even I know how to do it, and I have ten sets of thumbs), I'm surprised he hasn't.
At any event, Gorgasm was as fun to be in as it was to watch.
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