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My Bloody Banjo

UK 2015
produced by
Candice Redford, Mark Adams, Liam Regan (executive) for Cincest Films
directed by Liam Regan
starring James Hamer-Morton, Damian Morter, Dani Thompson, Vito Trigo, Clay von Carlowitz, Serena Chloe Gardner, Laurence R. Harvey, Dan Palmer, David Curtis, Lloyd Kaufman, Eloise Daye, Kelly Buckley, Jordan Bateman, Paul Sutton, Faith Ridgwick, Karene Ambler, Steve Pollard, Michael Boyce, Tony Manders, Kurt Dirt, Craig Thomas, Ernest Vernon, Mia Vore, Kate Danbury, Lucie Cookson, Emily Louise Dawson, Eirian Cohen, Paige Bladon, Millie Buckley, Clay Whitter, Jason Dixon
written by Liam Regan, music by Kurt Dirt, prosthetic makeup and special effects by Paul While

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Peltzer (James Hamer-Morton) has never really taken control of his life, has always let others make decisions for him, and let them treat him as their human punching ball, and the only reason why he's with gorgeous Deetz (Dani Thompson) is because she's after his money. And that said, she treats him like utter shit, and he lets her. It's no better at his job, where his boss Sawyer (Vito Trigo) bullies all his employees relentlessly, up to the point where he drives one (Laurence R. Harvey) into suicide, and he and Deetz don't even particularly try to hide having an affair - that Peltzer chooses to look the other way only goes with his character then ... and then Peltzer has a sex accident and tears his banjo string, and from there on he's visited by Ronnie (Damian Morter), his imaginary friend from childhood. Now Ronnie is not exactly happy to see how Peltzer has turned out and lets others use him, so he suggests to do something about it - but at first, Peltzer is hesitant and instead even lets Deetz trick him into marrying her, upon which she hands him the divorce paters almost immediately and thinks she has gotten the better of him finally - but Ronnie's very insistant on Peltzer taking his life into his own hands - and Ronnie isn't very particular about the legality of the ways this is achieved ...


My Bloody Banjo is quite simply a pretty mad movie that combines an over-the-top story with gross-out humour and quite a few bloody bits - and thanks to a well-structured and fun story and a directorial effort that knows when to hold back and when to let loose, and the comicbookish characters and situations the film is made up from fit the story just fine. And add to that a great cast, and you'll end up with something - that admittedly won't be to everyone's taste, but if you're into partymovie kind of entertainment, then you pretty much have to watch this one!



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