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A Clockwork Maury (2000)

Documentary Maker Alfredo Locane is invited by Maury Kubrick, the younger brother of Stanley Kubrick. The unstable Maury wants to tell about his memoirs he is going to publish.

Director:

Bob Leddy Jr.

Writer:

Bob Leddy Jr.
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Mark Darby Robinson Mark Darby Robinson ... Maury Kubrick
William Flaman ... Plainclothes Policeman (as Bill Flaman)
Jeff Geen Jeff Geen ... Bookstore Manager
Bo Webb ... Felix Deneen
Bob Leddy Jr. Bob Leddy Jr. ... Alfredo Locane
William Thomason William Thomason ... Boom Man
Les Franck Les Franck ... Voice Talents (voice)
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The inexperienced documentary maker Alfredo Locane gets the opportunity of his life when he is invited to interview Maury Kubrick. Maury is the younger brother of the famous director Stanley Kubrick and he is about to publish his memoirs. Maury is a strange person however. He breaks down every minute and gets strange phone calls about being fired. His story seems interesting though, he tells about his fishing trips with Stanley and the one time he saved Neil Diamond from drowning. But the film crew gets suspicious and starts searching for the real truth. Is Maury really who he tells he is? Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Triple Threat Productions See more »
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Am I Losing My Mind
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Spoof/dis?
16 October 2003 | by toughspunSee all my reviews

Leddy and his co-star Maury (the inimitably talented Mark Dabney Robinson) exude a rare chemistry in short films that deal in parody: they are by turns both funny and pitiful. it's hard to decide who needs who more. my only question: what is next for this marvelous duo? and why haven't we seen more of Mr. Leddy's comic writing gift on the big screen? Mr. Lewallen's cinematography, on what was presumptively a shoestring budget, complements this pseudo-documentary riff wonderfully, making it seamlessly complete.


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