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Blowing Bubbles (2010)

Bubbles the Clown is choking, night after night, when his performance routine is disrupted by the departure of the Bearded Woman.


Vaughn Juares (as Vaughn G. Smith)


Vaughn Juares (as Vaughn G. Smith), Joseph Andrew Schneider (as Joseph Schneider)


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Credited cast:
Joseph Andrew Schneider Joseph Andrew Schneider ... Bubbles the Clown (as Joseph Schneider)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vaughn Juares Vaughn Juares ... Ring Master (as Vaughn G. Smith)
Nora Montanez Nora Montanez ... Elsa the Snake Charmer


Bubbles the Clown is choking, night after night, when his performance routine is disrupted by the departure of the Bearded Woman.

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Short | Comedy | Drama







Release Date:

April 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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Fortaleza Filmworks See more »
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Gen Art 2010
22 September 2010 | by roduko44See all my reviews

This film screened at the Gen Art film festival, alongside Sebastian Guetierrez's feature 'Electa Luxx'. I was given tickets to this screening and, honestly, did not have high hopes for either of the films... I was more interested in spotting a few celebrities! Electra Luxx was a far departure from Guetierrez's most recent works (Gothika / Snakes on a Plane) and I was pleasantly surprised...

However, the most entertaining part of this screening was a the short film Blowing Bubbles, by unknown director Vaughn Juares.

This is a very short film, about 3 minutes long, but very perversely touching in it's own way.

I love old black and white films and I thought it was a great choice to tell this twisted comedy in a sort of noir-style.

The young actor who plays Bubbles the Clown, Joseph Schneider, gave a very matter-of-fact performance which cut perfectly against the ridiculous nature of this story.

The film is a great reminder that it is unnecessary for the object of obsession to make sense to our peers. Great!

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