Touch Me in the Morning

Touch Me in the Morning

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Overview

Touch Me in the Morning

In this comedy from Troma Entertainment (The Toxic Avenger, Killer Condom), entitled Touch Me in the Morning, writer-director Giuseppe Andrews stars as a young man named Coney Island, who struggles against the problems that plague him. Faced with unemployment, feelings of sexual incapability, an ex-con gigolo father, and a broken family, Coney opts instead to spend his days singing to the elderly and riding pint-sized mechanical bulls at a local playground.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/10/2006
UPC: 0790357930395
Original Release: 2005
Source: Troma
Region Code: 0
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 83,862

Special Features

Giuseppe Andrews' After School Specials: 3 short films by Giuseppe Andrews including "Wiggly," "Ants" and "The Laundry Room," adding up to a whole extra hour of cutting-edge comedy that could only be made by Giuseppe Andrews; An interview with Bill Nowlin, star of Touch Me in the Morning and Trailer Town; An interview with Giuseppe Andrews, conducted by Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger; Trailers for other Giuseppe Andrews films Trailer Town and In Our Garden from the upcoming Bath Robe Home School Box Set! ...and more!

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Touch Me in the Morning
1. Don't Kidney-Shot Me Again, Dennis [2:22]
2. Tai Chi and TV Shows [:16]
3. Showering in Socks [7:54]
4. Fighting With Rhonda [7:51]
5. Daddy Bill's Fucking Advice [7:47]
6. Whose Place Is This? [4:08]
7. Daddy Bill's White Lines [8:32]
8. Motel Room Birthday Party [12:19]
9. That Sinking Feeling [7:54]
10. Galveston, Texas [8:20]

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Touch Me in the Morning 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Guiseppe Andrews is a new director, and you can have a chance of a lifetime to keep up with the rising of a star in the making, if you start buying his DVD's NOW. Troma is a filmstudio that is the biggest (and only surviving) independent studio, not withstanding all the powers agains them still treating true artlovers the very best in Independent Cinama for over 33 years now. Put the two together and you get a brilliant and ever growing DVD-library of unique films made by someone who will be talked and written about long after we all have gone, as someone who is as unique as Andy Warhol, Orson Welles and Lloyd Kaufman and one of the few big ones to have changed cinema as we know it. Guiseppe Andrews will be imitated, loved, collected and analized. Many people mistakenly think of Troma as the studio that makes violent and sexy films. Of course they do make wonderful gems in that direction, but there is so much more that most people don't know about. The films by Guiseppe Andrews are amongst these, although I doubt if that be be the case for very long, because worldwide the talents of this highly original and unconventional director are being recognised as we speak. And without Troma the world would not have known of this wonderful talent. TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING is one of the first films in Andrews' large oeuvre. Shot is a beautifully depressing monochromatic palette it tells the story of the Coming-of-Age story of a young guy who calls himself Coney Island, and who is dealing with a lot of the issues facing today's youth: divorce, unemployment, sexual inadequacy and a gigolo father who has just been released from prison! He goes through this with his own individual optimistisism, which irritates his girlfriend who wants him to grow up. Daddy Bill, however, gives him advice in the ways of life, and Coney goes about on a grotesque and wildly hilarious journey of self-discovery. Not as complicated and much more assessible than some of Guiseppe Andrews' later masterpieces this is a great way to be introduced to the work of a legend to be. Three short films by Andrews and an interview with the maverick director conducted by Troma president Lloyd Kaufman round up this amazingly well presented DVD. A must have.