The title character finds himself in therapy dealing with the loss of the only.... woman he ever loved. Eventually discovering the true story behind his love's disappearance, the man knows what he must do and sets out to change things back to the way they were.Written by
Jon S. L. Strauss
This movie is priceless. It's the story of a man whose love for his toaster is doomed to fail when he finds that she has been stolen. The movie oozes desperation and the deepest emotions at every twist and turn, Yet, it throws hilarious bits in fast and hard. You'll end up crapping yourself with laughter and admiring the beautiful sadness of a man whose life has gone to pieces at the same time. Even at his young age, Strauss has proved himself to be a genius with his camera. I haven't seen this kind of artistic style ever in any kind of movie. If Beethoven had a camera, this is probably what he would be doing with it. Actor Conor McGuire really amazes in this film. He can express any emotion at the drop of a hat. All of the acting was brilliant, from the depressed butler played by R.J. Rieker, to the maniacal man mastered by Brian Smith, to the shocked psychiatrist played by the director himself. Go see this movie; It changed my life, and it will change yours too.
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