You can't tolerate viewing a video, and yearn for text? Well, in short the story's a bit of a mess, my camerawork and editing were unduly haywire even compared to the films of my peers (if I could find an online copy of Tom Hagley's 'The Invisibility Hat' from the same year, I'd give it as evidence). The resources were there, the cast were good and the set was beautiful, and with rather more thought and more imagination put into its script it would still be worth watching today. As it stands, the thing's almost all talking and fighting, and the pictures aren't allowed to tell the story. It also verges on misogyny, which just doesn't do, you know.
P.S. With this entry, I've covered every year of the Noughties - my first complete decade. Congratulate me, please! Here's a list of every film viewed, if you're curious. It's as clear a picture of the Penciltonian as you could really hope for.
An assortment of relevant items on Youtube:
• 'Das Security Bathroom' (2006)
• 'Pencilton and the Giant Spider' (2012), my only more recent foray into writer-directing.
• 'Der Tod Des Viel Verfluchten Buckligen' (2004), a short film by Tom Hagley and Johnny Sidle, featuring several of the same cast as 'Das Security Bathroom', and in general a more pleasingly visual piece.