Independent filmmaker Antoine Bouvier seems to have everything he ever wanted. With unforgettable performances by Rancid Mudd, Miracle B. Hinds, 'Joe," and the beautiful and bountiful Cameron D'Angelo, Antoine creates an underground cinematic sensation. Who could deny the genius behind a film about bowel movements set against a backdrop of Republican notables? Certainly not Antoine!
But fame is a greedy mistress, and Antoine must now answer filmmaking's age-old question: now that you've made a movie about crap, where do you go from here? For Antoine, there is only one answer: live theater. Can he pull it off and bring his vision to the stage?
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This is a funny satire with kooky characters. It spoofs art (especially 'modern' art), and contains some clever and not so compimentary comments on our 'Prez.' It's well-paced, and can be read in one sitting. Try it, you, you'll like!
Somebody needs to write the first review, so it may as well be the author! If you like quirky satire, this book is for you. All the World's a Stage takes aim at the pretensions of the 'art' world and throws in some pointed digs at the Bush administration. In the words of one of my editors, 'it's not War and Peace,' but it is a funny, ultimately feel good tale. Try it - it won't disappoint.