Enter Huck Botko and Andrew Gurland, the writing-directing group behind the mockumentary “Mail purchase Wife,” out Friday. Kind of just like the ponder Twins of gonzoid, out-there underground filmmaking, both Gurland and Botko have actually impressively controversial resumes for their credit.
The set, whom consist of general public access television and wrestling that is professional their influences, focus on faux documentaries when the line between oddball reality and confrontational comedy becomes obliterated. “Mail purchase Wife” comes in the heels of a few brief movies the 2 have actually made together, including “Gramaglia,” by which Gurland — whom usually seems as you’re watching digital camera also — assists some guy humiliate two females into taking a polygraph test before they do the same to him, and “Broken Condom,” in which Gurland accuses his pregnant wife of conceiving through deceptive means and tricks her.
This time as a documentary filmmaker with questionable ethics making a movie about a sad sack in New York City who becomes involved with a mail-order bride service for their feature debut as a partnership, Gurland again appears under his own name. Continue reading