Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle

Seattle based film. The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle
2009 I USA I 98 min
Feature Narrative
Director: David Russo
Screenwriter: David Russo
Producer: Peggy Case
Cast: Marshall Allman, Natasha Lyonne, Tania Raymonde,
Tygh Runyan, Matt Smith, Vince Vieluf
David Russo’s debut feature is truly a one-of-a-kind film
experience. Simultaneously cynical and life-affirming, Russo’s
comedy manages to incorporate biochemical engineering,
corporate chicanery, drug addiction and high-art pretension—all
while maintaining an amiable, insouciant charm. After Dory
(Marshall Allman, True Blood) is fired from his corporate job,
he’s forced to take a “brown-collar” position cleaning office
toilets with a pack of janitorial misfits. Accepting of his search for
spiritual and human connection, the group quickly becomes his
adoptive family. They make the most of their nights by helping
themselves to whatever goodies are left behind by the daytime
office staff. But when they unwittingly become the subject of a
product-testing experiment by one of the companies in the
building, they begin to experience some very unusual
hallucinations and other side effects. The film has an innovative
visual design and animation from Dutch animator Rosto. Russo
creates a quirky, playful world that questions the line between
trash and treasure in our increasingly disposable society.

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