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Sweet Madness

USA 2015
produced by
Peter Dukes, Barb Doyon, Pete Turner, Elena Victoria Florendo, Ricardo Rivera, Marvin Piguet jr, Clayton Vaughan, Connor Bethel, Dorothy Chanboon (executive), Eric Borden (executive), Bryant Nichols (executive), Carla Dobson (executive), Kevin Poe (executive) for Dream Seekers Productions
directed by Peter Dukes
starring Madeleine Wade, Micah Fitzgerald, Paul Cross, Jamie M Timmons, Nikki Neufeld, Dominic Pace, Matthew Thomas Lange, Alexander Wynn
written by Peter Dukes, based on comicbook characters published by DC Comics, music by Thomas VanOosting, song by Chromatics

short
Harley Quinn, Joker

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhen and somewhere in the Batman universe: Villainess Harley Quinn (Madeleine Wade) has taken the mayor (Paul Cross) and his family (Jamie M Timmons, Nikki Neufeld) hostage and grants their release under one condition only - that the Joker (Micah Fitzgerald), presently incarcerated at the Arkham Asylum, will be released into her custody. The plan works out, but the Joker's baffled that she broke him free, as when he was arrested he left her to die in order to escape (neither has worked out, obviously). But he's even more baffled when he learns Harley's escape plan has but one major flaw: The two of them are now in a house surrounded by cops - and there's no way out ...

 

Now don't expect this to be an origin story, this fan-movie expects you to know who Harley Quinn is and what her relation to the joker is - but if you don't even a very superficial research will suffice to make you enjoy this, as this is not a movie that tries to dig extra deeply into the characters' mythology and be firmly rooted into the comicbook universe, but a character study that superficially takes its freedom with the characters (like showing the Joker without makeup) but ultimately shows a very deep understanding for them. All this is carried by really good performances of the two leads as well as a great directorial effort, getting the most out of very limited locations and next to no actual action.

Totally worth a look for both Batman-enthusiasts and casual viewers alike!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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