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Mister Limbo

USA 2021
produced by
Joseph Albert Battaglia, Robert G. Putka, Vig Norris, Ben Measor, Ern Gerardo (executive), Frank Brown jr (executive), Mark Reeb (executive), Jennifer Antoinette Kennedy (executive), Hugo de Sousa (executive), Kevin Hughes (executive), Sandra Cóias (executive), Carolina Amador (executive), Pedro Rui de Sousa (executive), Mimp Amdrade (executive), Paula Ferreira (executive), Mimp Curral (executive), Mario Carvalhal (executive) for Perpetual Dream Entertainment
directed by Robert G. Putka
starring Hugo de Sousa, Vig Norris, Cameron Dye, Heidi Luo, Skinner Myers, Ashley Lenz, Jennifer Antoinette Kennedy, Hugo Armstrong, Christopher Carrillo, Robert G. Putka, Amy Hoerler, Cosmo
written by Robert G. Putka, music by Best Memories, Anthony Dinardo, Stephen Benny

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A skydiver (Hugo de Sousa) crashlands in the middle of the desert and finds his parachute has been torn. He doesn't know how he came her exactly, and even memories of his past are sketchy. Heck, he doesn't even know his own name, which is why it's ok when others call him Henrico later on. But at the moment he's still alone, looking for a way out of the desert, but since it looks the same everywhere he has no idea where to go. Eventually he stumbles upon a payphone, but dialing 911 doesn't work, and for the life of it he can't remember a single phone number. Eventually he runs into Craig (Vig Norris), a big man in a bath robe and Wellingtons, who has as little idea how he came here either, but links it to drugs as he has a certain "habit". The two men decide to stick together to find a way out, and soon run into an old drifter (Cameron Dye), who might be full of mighty entertaining stories, but then runs off with their water - and he has hinted to them that they've actually died and are in some kind of purgatory. And the more people our two heroes meet, the more they become convinced the drifter was actually right. But how to get out of purgatory, and have they lived a worthy enough life to be accepted into heaven, or is hell what they're destined for?


A quite unusual film as it tackles quite big issues in a rather comedic way, going for punchlines at least as often as for actual revelations, but yet the movie has its spot of drama as well. And what really makes Mister Limbo work is that its two leads are well fleshed-out and very relatable, and both Hugo de Sousa and Vig Norris give very likeable yet nuanced performances. And visually the film really gets the most out of its monotonous locations, making this one a nice and cliché-free trip into the beyond.


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