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Fluid Boy

UK 2015
produced by
Jason Impey Films
directed by Jason Impey, Dylan Jake Price (= Wade Radford)
starring Jason Impey, Dylan Jake Price (= Wade Radford), Samantha Keller

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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All Julie (Samantha Keller), a little known actress, wanted to do was audition for a role in an indie zombie flick, but things get out of hands almost immediately when the only two persons in the room with, the director Joe (Jason Impey) and the male lead Maximilian (Wade Radford) can't decide which scene she ought to perform in the audition, and when she is asked to suck a banana as if it was zombie cock and gets constantly insulted by Maximilian while doing so, she just gets up and wants to leave ... which is when Maximilian knocks her out.

When Julie comes to, she finds herself tied to a chair, and to her horror, Joe and Maximilian discussing making a snuff movie with her as the victim - and they're not discussing whether or not to do it, but how to do it - and in the course of this discussion Maximilian humiliates her more and more, even to the point of literally shitting on her. And while Joe is disgusted by all of this and seems to be a reasonable man by and large, he still wants to make a movie, and he does everything to get what he has hoped for ...

 

Sure, in writing Fluid Boy sounds like a very blunt piece of misogyny, showing stuff to appeal to the basest instincts of a hardened male horror audience - and that's not getting the point of the film at all: Sure, the male characters of the movie have misogynist traits, but they're also cold-blooded killers and (especially Maximilian) all-out assholes, so hardly someone to identify with. And what's really interesting about Fluid Boy is not seeing a girl manhandled and being shat on in the first place, but the interaction of the characters, their perverted powerplay, and of course the suspense as to what will happen and when - and in that respect, the film works very well, in pushing things onwards and giving the audience scarcely a moment to breath. That said, the movie is definitely not for everyone, there are self-consciously offensive and mean bits in there, that might turn off some audience members - but they miss a pretty cool flick!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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