Monday, 11 August 2014

Epilogue

At the end of his greatest adventure, Skillman has vanquished his nemesis, recovered the priceless artifact, and saved his latest lover from certain doom. But as he struggles to figure out what comes next, his lady begins to realize her confident, capable man hasn't the first clue what to do once the guns are down.



2 comments:

Kathy Smart said...

This film takes 16 minutes to tell a 2 minute story. That there is no story, after the credits roll.

Kathy Smart said...

I've never understood why nihilism is considered a valuable art form. This movie has stayed with me because the actors are really attractive and talented, the script is humorous and sculpted, every scene dramatic. It's a really high quality production. Why spend so much creative effort in demonstrating that things are meaningless? Or more specifically, making a parody of an action movie? The creators are clearly capable of making truly stirring movies.