|DVD Most of My Memoirs Are Plagiarized
Run time: 95 min
Genres: Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy
Director: John Aquadro
Writers: John Aquadro
Stars: Emily Monen, Dan Keezer, Wilson Vance
David Ashley Planner, a young sociopathic father with two abandoned teenaged kids and a posse of devoted, pathetic women who all wear the same shirt, is about to win the girl of his dreams. Immaculada Boxer, a dream girl of many, has been participating for decades in Ashley’s elaborate games to trap her heart, and it seems that after a lifetime of watching her from afar, he is about to hold her close. The problem is is that, in his yellow raincoat and giant gloves, he does not camouflage particularly well, and at some point, Immaculada became aware of his presence. And so, it is not only a story of lovers who breathe and sweat, but a microcosm of the struggle between those who are happy just respirating and those who are only satisfied if they are perspiring. And what of the fates of Ashley’s children, Health and Angel Eyes? Or the discharged soldier Dr. Lt. de Rigueur? Or the underground foster agency known as Youth Corp, which is in the process of destroying families for the … Written by John Acquadro
|Plot Keywords: raincoat, conundrum, online, mansion, henchwoman|
Budget: $5,000 (estimated)
When I watched Most of My Memoirs are Plagiarized (MoMMaP)I felt like I was seeing into a world where mind maps are three dimensional dioramas made out of candy and joy! As if boundaries no longer felt the need to make their presence known when smiles like those exist. The cast seems like it appeared onto the set bewitched by a still unconscious soundtrack like space sailors to cosmic sirens. Remarkable chemistry and authenticity.
Most of my Memoirs are Plagiarized is a smart, clever belly rub without the haughty pretension of some comparable films, that makes you want to kiss Ashley with your heart.