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Stereotypes Don't Just Disappear Into Thin Air (2005)

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Made as an experiment to determine the boundaries of comedy and to see of despicable characters can be cast as protagonists, this chooses the most loathesome and unrealistic of stereotypes ... See full summary »

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Bill Zebub

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Credited cast:
Buzz Cartier Buzz Cartier ... Higelak (as Buzz Heavy)
Jillian Gold Jillian Gold ... Gogo Dancer
Rocco Martone Rocco Martone ... Matthew
Johnny Paoline Johnny Paoline ... The American Indian
Craig Pillard Craig Pillard ... Fascist Cop
Kerri Milcarek-Pastor Soraina Kerri Milcarek-Pastor Soraina ... Stripper
George 'The Slayer' Stiso George 'The Slayer' Stiso ... Polack Brother #1
Kerri Taylor ... Fantasy Girl
Elaine Tuttle Elaine Tuttle ... The 'Spic'
Bill Zebub Bill Zebub ... Freddie Dingo
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Made as an experiment to determine the boundaries of comedy and to see of despicable characters can be cast as protagonists, this chooses the most loathesome and unrealistic of stereotypes to battle their everyday obstacles (which include OTHER stereotypes). The hilarity is relentless. Consume this guilty pleasure with relish. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy is a social mirror. This is a circus mirror!

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Country:

USA

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English

Filming Locations:

New Jersey, USA

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Sorry I just did not get the point.
15 February 2015 | by CorblimeyGuvnorsSee all my reviews

Bill Zebub is a prolific film maker in the low budget school of filming. I have seen other films of his before and remember being pleasantly surprised by them.

This appears to be a departure for him from the ones that I have seen and is a "no topic too taboo" comedy.

Bill plays the main character who hires a stripper for his birthday and falls in love with her. That's about it really. There are other characters that pop in and out of the film, but I really did not follow the plot that well.

I feel that this sets out to achieve it's intentions by really being quite objectionable in it's subject mater. There is a "black" character played by a white man in blacked out face, the police officers are SS gestapo and there is a religious man who is sexually abusing his three daughters. So as you can see, not for those easily offended. I kinda get the religious man and police officer as (I think) it makes the point of (some) religious people being morally corrupt and preaching to everyone else how they should be leading their lives. Heck in the UK it is a frequent part of the news that a man of the cloth has been jailed for child abuse. I also get the Police thing (Fascists). Unfortunately I did struggle with the ethnic character and did find this not to my liking at all.

So if Bill set out to offend he achieved his aim. If he set out to make a comedy, then I, personally, did not find much to laugh at in this film.


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