Ladies and Gentlemen of the Cinemah—
For almost everyone reading this is a filmmaker—
Hitchcock has amusing takes on the corpse, and everything he does is two thirds comedy.
Of course the very idea of having a body is a little spooky.
May I, therefore, invite you to a picnic in a graveyard?
I will not disguise from you that we plan on making a lot of money with this.
With such sincerity as I can manage,
Robert MacLean is an independent filmmaker. His recent The Light Touch is on Amazon Prime, Tubi and Scanbox, and his 7-minute comedy is an out-loud laugh. He is also a novelist, a playwright, a blogger, a YouTuber, a film reviewer, a literary critic, and a stand-up comic poet. Born Toronto, PhD McGill, taught at Canadian universities, too cold, live Greece, Irish citizen. No brains, but an intellectual snob.
“I was beastly but never coarse. A high-class sort of heel.”
Toby travels with a woman who pays. He's got it made, except that her nine-year-old daughter is smarter than he is. Based on the novel:
Proposed cast: Paul Rudd
Proposed cast: Amber Liddicoat
Proposed cast: John Goodman
Proposed cast Pamela Shaw:
Pretentious Pictures presents a summer comedy.