Since none of us are getting much time to write posts these days, i thought let’s at least compile cinema related interesting news bits that we come across on the net everyday and put it in a post. Otherwise it just gets lost in the timeline flood.
When i first heard the term “cockumentary”, i had no clue how to react. But that’s how Patrick Moote branded his film “Unhung Hero” – a cockumentary. And it started because of his cock size and because of which he was publicly rejected by the girl whom he proposed. The film is premiering at the ongoing SXSW Festival.
Indiewire has got a clip. Click here to read more about it and watch the clip.
Twitchfilm has reviewed the film. Click here to read.
But does size matter? Well, this isn’t the first time that the million dollar question has bothered men. And this won’t be the last. You can’t deny that it’s a serious issue. Problem is the moment one tries to talk about it, the reactions goes in all extreme directions.
And like Moote, filmmaker Lawrence Barraclough also has mini-me issue. And he made two docus on it, putting the camera on his dick. First one is called “My Penis and I” which was made for BBC. The second one is called “My Penis and Everyone Else’s”. Both the films are quite funny, sad and serious. He even talks to his girlfriend and parents about it. If not big dick, this surely needs big balls. Do watch.
And that’s not all. If you were offended by Seth MacFarlane’s “We Saw Your Boobs”, Ladies, here’s your revenge – we saw your junk. Have fun.
Pic courtesy – FB page of the film