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John Enos III
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In the near future, where government regulations are so restrictive our most intimate acts are considered acts of rebellion, Nora tries to break out of a lifetime of strict thought and sexual repression before it's too late.
Just so you know,when this whole thing has started, I'm gonna need you to keep Gordon away from me!
What do you mean?
I don't know... cockblock him.
He's not fucking me! He's annoying, I hate him.
What am I supposed to do... it's like a free for all... how do i do that?
You're right... fine. I just don't wanna look at his stupid face... doggystyle?
That's a good idea.
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You could also separate Le Change from my summary and have one single word standing there. If that is what you are expecting from this movie, then better not watch it (though a reviewer here has revealed that he still was entertained by it).
But let's get the elephant out of the room. They should have stuck to the original title (Cummings Farm instead of All American Orgy, as it is called on DVD). But that is not the only deceiving point (as is also stated in the commentary that is on the DVD). You also have the cover/poster, that promises something completely different (which gets mentioned on the commentary too, but not until 72 minutes into the movie).
Enough of that though. Because this is pretty decent. It is more of a commentary or a state of how people communicate. And while this is nothing ground breaking, it is still very well made. On the other hand, if you expect some easy to digest comedy bits, you will be disappointed. And not everything works out in the movie.
While the commentary is funny enough too, trashing themselves (over acting talents or lack of talents) and having a conversation that works with me, but will not appeal to everybody of course.
If your local drug dealer is probably the most sane person in the movie, you know what you're in for (though he's not that sane after all, as we find out). So while not a classic and not a laugh out loud comedy and definitely not what the cover is suggesting, this is a pretty good movie in its own right
One more thing: I was surprised by the music at the beginning and at the end (credits), because it felt like a good production. Which I am not used to, when smaller budgeted movies do urban or temporary music, it always feels out of touch. And while Cash Money or Master P and so on, are a thing of the past, the music that kind of sounds like that, still works for the movie.
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