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Released and Abandoned: Forgotten Oddities of the Home Video Era: It's a Complex World (1992)

  • Comfort Film 2579 North Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL, 60647 United States (map)

Comfort Film Presents
Lost and Abandon: Forgotten Oddities of the Home Video era: 

It's a Complex World (1992)

Director: Jim Wolpaw
Writers: Geoff Adams, Rich Lupo
Stars: Stanley Matis, Margo Dionne, Allen Oliver
Running time: 81mins
Media; Digital Projection

Plot: The Heartbreak Hotel nightclub in Providence is having a busy night: the owner's politician father is trying to shut the club down, one of the bands is making phone calls to the afterworld, and a pathetic folk-singer/terrorist is planning to make this his night of flaming glory. Includes such musical numbers as "I Married a Tree" and "Why Do We Feed the Broads?"--IMDB

Released and Abandoned: Forgotten Oddities of the Home Video Era in 2016. A monthly series curated by Paul Freitag-Fey from the Daily Grindhouse featuring odd and lost/forgotten movies from the home video era, every other last Wednesday of the month.