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Shudder Theatre at Los Feliz 3 | Beyond Fest 2022
Q&A with filmmaker David Farrier. West Coast Premiere!
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Director David Farrier took us to the edge of sanity with his previous documentary TICKLED which found something sinister behind the curtain of a tickling competition and its organiser. However with MISTER ORGAN he takes us over the edge as he once again faces a human being who seems to contain a darkness within them that engulfs anyone that enters their orbit. What starts as a story surrounding Bashford Antiques, a small shop in New Zealand, that seems to charge people who became notorious for clamping cars and issuing outrageous fines turns into a portrayal of one Michael Organ – a strange and sinister man whose facade hides so many twists that you’ll not know what to think by the end. To reveal anymore would be a disservice to Farrier’s ingenious film – just know that you’re not likely to see a more outrageous and disturbing documentary this year.
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