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May 07, 2018

Adam Rifkin's Hit Comedy 'Director's Cut' Debuts In LA This Week

LOS ANGELES—When we last wrote about Director's Cut, the hilarious comedy directed by adult-friendly Adam Rifkin and starring Penn Jillette (who also scripted), Missi Pyle and Harry Hamlin more than two years ago, it didn't have a distributor—but Rifkin, Jillette and their associates have been working hard ever since, and finally, all the hard work that went into it will be seen by a paying public. According to an announcement put out late last week by the Frida Cinema, where the movie will be premiering this Thursday, May 10, with one evening showing daily for the whole following week plus a Friday matinee, "Director’s Cut is an insane cinematic sleight of hand trick that gets weirder and more hilarious as it goes on, and as the audience realizes what’s happening with the movie itself. A brilliant ‘meta movie’ conceived by and starring Jillette, Director’s Cut is a mind bending, genre-defying movie-within-a-movie mash-up that’s part narrative thriller, part docu-mental-case. Anchored by a fantastic lead performance by Missi Pyle (Galaxy Quest, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Director’s Cut is an indie masterpiece that is full of surprises, and one of those films that is best experienced the [less] you know about it…" But for those who usually skip to the end of a book (people still read sometimes, right?) to find out who the killer was, there's a Director's Cut trailer here... which thankfully doesn't reveal a whole lot. What should make this film more attractive to the porn-viewing public (as if Penn and Missi weren't enough) are the scenes in the strip club, about which AVN did an "On The Set" piece, and which featured Kirsty Hill, Lexi Love, Penny Pax, Veruca James, Evilyn Fierce, Debi Diamond, Dahlia Sky, Lea Lexis, Callie Calypso, Dani Daniels, Karlie Montana, Aubrey Addams and retired star Bree Olson, though sadly, the gals don't get nearly as much screen time as one might wish. One thing's for sure, though: It's unlikely that those who see Director's Cut will ever see anything quite like it again—and now that it's in wide release, we once again suggest that there should be "an Oscar nom for the incredibly versatile Missi Pyle, who essentially plays four different roles in the feature, including a version of herself."

 
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