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Mailer Daemon

USA 2019
produced by
Daniel Kleinpeter, John Mudge (executive) for More Than 4 Productions
directed by John Mudge
starring Joey Harmon, Rain Scott-Catoire, David Tiefen, Annette Watson, Denise Lambert, Olivia Ros, John Michael Moore, Peter Jaymes jr, Charlotte Molony, David Lichtenstein, Kevin McGrath, Cade C. Guillory, Alton Landry, William Van Hoof, Angela Griffitt
story by Seth Di Salvo, screenplay by John Mudge, additional material by Daniel Kleinpeter, Thomas Baumgardner, music by Michael Crapenzano


review by
Mike Haberfelner

So where do all the undeliverable emails go, actually. Why to the Mailer Daemons of course, lowly office workers whose sole concern it is to receive emails (via an ancient tube mail system), add a couple of lines (via an old-fashioned typewriter) and insert them back into the stream. Todd (Joey Harmon) is such a poor devil who just tries to get his work done, and still gets shit from his superior (David Tiefen), with his only contact to the outer world being a TV playing crappy talk shows ... and then he receives an email from Kelley (Rain Scott-Catoire), a girl who has lost direction and wanted to contact a psychiatrist to talk to. And rather than just returning the email with an error message attached, Todd pretends to be said psychiatrist, and even though Kelley quickly finds out his true identity, she takes a liking in him, and ... and then his superior finds out he's been using his position for personal messages and threatens demontion - or worse ...


True, the funniest thing about Mailer Daemon is indeed its concept, turning returning undeliverable emails into an old-fashioned office job, and lots of love has been put into bringing this to life properly. But that's not to say that the film is just a one-trick pony, as the story it tells upon this backdrop has lots of heart, tries and mostly succeeds to avoid cheap jokes and crude humour, and while not to be taken wholly seriously, its approach is sincere. And of course, a subtle directorial effort and a solid cast totally help to bring the movie to life, and make it rather sweet (but not saccharine) entertainment.


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