Natalie was once a happy and beautiful young woman. Now she has a rather large problem. She's being held against her will by a mentally unstable sociopathic manchild who is force-feeding ...
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Natalie was once a happy and beautiful young woman. Now she has a rather large problem. She's being held against her will by a mentally unstable sociopathic manchild who is force-feeding her massive amounts of food on a daily basis. As she reaches a greater and greater degree of morbid obesity, she begins to lose her mind.Written by
As a money saving tactic, the film reuses numerous props from Carrozza's previous productions especially Alison (2015), which the characters can be seen watching in one scene. Carrozza had just finished _Alison_ so he had many of the props still in his closet and decided to throw as many of them into the film as he could. Among the props reused include: Little Red Riding Hood's katana from Carrozza's short film of the same name can be seen in Timothy's trunk when he throws Natalie into his car; a fair amount of props that the Mad Hatter had in his hoard in _Alison_ including the mounted doll head, shrunken heads and whips are in Timothy's room; the March Hare's mascot head he is forced to wear throughout _Alison_ is also on the wall and the Red Queen's banner from her throne room is near it; the Hatter's rifle can be seen in the hallway; one of Timothy's costumes is the chain-mail suit worn by the Ace of Hearts; the Cheshire Cat puppet can be seen on the couch with Natalie several times; the rotting corpse found in Timothy's bathtub is a redressed version of the skeleton that Alison is shackled to in the Queen's dungeons; the film's opening and finale features several props from Alison's Hatter scene on the table including the candle holder, skull and toy cymbal monkey. See more »