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Raiders of the Hidden Donald Trump Fetish Doll

USA 2018
produced by
Angel Connell for Parousian Pictures
directed by Angel Connell
starring Angel Connell, Paul Taft, Kermens Atwood, Corey Wells, Sissy O'Hara, David R. Reid, Natalia Musatova, Eric L. Huston, Jasmin Gomes, Laura Gostin, Andersson Tejeda, Olin Meyers
written by Angel Connell, filmed and edited by Chris Esper, doll created by Scott C. Miller


review by
Mike Haberfelner

All filmmaker Angel Connell (himself) wants to do is to sell a Donald Trump fetish doll as part of his fundraiser for his next movie - there isn't even any political motivation behind it, he just has come up with a fun item to sell, and really could do with the money. But somehow, as soon as the doll was created, myths have sprung up that the doll has some magical powers, and so both foreign and domestic agents want to get their hands on it, be it the Russians, the Iranians, the North Koreans, Deep State or even Hillary supporters - and no matter what they think the doll might do for them, they have one thing in common, they just don't want to pay for it (even if it's modestly priced) but take it by force. Thing is, each and every organisation after the doll is already in the crosshairs of another organisation, and none of those would back out of shooting to kill ...


While this can be labelled as political satire, it's not a political film as such, inasmuch as it doesn't take a stand for or against Trump, rather pokes fun at how politics are handled as such, and internationally, where piracy always trumps over honest dealmaking, where treachery and injustice are pretty much the norm. And this is only augmented by the fact that this movie gets its laughs out of repitition - basically every time one of the parties seem to get their hands on the doll, the light goes out, shots are heard, and when the lights go back home, our hero finds himself face to face with another gang of crooks. And thanks to some sharp dialogue and solid performances, this joke seems to never get old ...


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