Disorient 2009: Comedy Chaos
MASTER VENGEANCER - Adam Dow. A young man, Mozart, seeks revenge for the brutal attack on his master, Tiger Jones, by a former student. But Mozart's quest for vengeance leads him down a path he never expected.
TAKE 3 - Roseanne Liang. The audition room is a minefield for three Asian actresses who are expected to be Asian in ways that make them uncomfortable.
SELF ABSORBED - Eric duPlessis. Narcissistic Heidi's only concerns in the world are hair, makeup, and boys, until a mysterious gift arrives which turns her world upside down. With the guidance of Unicorn Man, Heidi learns about her supernatural heritage and the special powers she must use to fulfill her destiny.
RICE-AID - Emille Christoffels. Stereotypes R'Us labs brings you products that make you stereotypically "Asian" in this infomercial spoof.
CHOPSTICKS GIRL - John Pham. This 6-hour shootout film from the Pan Asian Rites of Passage (ROP) program follows an average Asian girl until danger comes along. Then she turns into Chopsticks girl! She does everything with her chopsticks except for one thing...
MEMOIRS OF THE LASAT SAMURAI'S GEISHA - Chad Band. Tracy works as a movie extra where she is usually a blur in a crowd. But when a shoot calls for her to dress in a kimono, she is no longer anonymous. Strangers mistakenly think she is a geisha.
WHAT HAPPENED ON THE FOURTH DATE - Vijay Matthew. Margaret decides to invited Jonathan back to her place after their fourth date. But when Jonathan seems less than eager to get things going, Margaret stats to wonder what's up. All is explained by the arrival of a third "person."
GOLDEN BOY - Will Lu. As Scott makes his way in the madcap world of Hollywood's film and television industry, he is helped (and hindered) by Naomi, his actress girlfriend, and Albert "Bert" Reynolds, his "big time" agent. Can this Hollywood "golden boy" find commercial success without losing his artistic soul?
Bijou Art Cinema
492 E 13th
Eugene, OR 97401
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