Escape from Tomorrow (2013)
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I will only say: "the face of a clown looks different under the moonlight".
Watch this film.
This film goes there AND THEN some. And then some MORE. And just when you thought it couldn't go further, it does. Not for the faint of heart, especially those who are offended by some pretty extreme and perverted visuals. Overall, though, this film is highly effective in its many goals, ultimately to talk into the "American dream" type of happiness that Disney specifically reinforces. A very unique and startling cinematic experience. Approach with an open mind with some caution about the vulgarity it contains.
I used to work at DisneyWorld so I feel like that bias will work its way into my review somewhere. If it weren't for the vulgar parts I think it would be much more of an accomplishment but they weigh the piece down and at some points seemed like a cop out to either eat up time or to give skeptical audience members something to watch if they didn't buy into the project. The fact that it is almost entirely filmed on Disney property is amazing and I had hundreds of questions as to how it was filmed after watching (with only a few answered by reading the trivia behind the production). Parts of it seem so authentic and I have to keep reminding myself that the guests surrounding the actors are real people unknowingly being filmed. If nothing else, it's a wicked piece of pure guerilla filmmaking.
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