Limited appeal I daresay but it's the cheapest I've ever seen this Chris Morris piece of work and thought any Morris fans missing this from their collection might fancy picking it up
Unique and dark comedy from the king of British satire Chris Morris in this short film of surreal intensity.
The new Chris Morris short is the work from Warp Films. 'My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117' is about a man who no longer uses his name because he's decided that he' ceased to deserve one, and a dog called Rothko.
"Immogen found me in the car park at Sainsbury's. A paper sack had cornered me by the bins. "I've got a job for you" she said as she drove us though the park. I was in the back because Rothko was on the passenger seat. "He likes to see out" said Immogen. I don't so that was ok. "I'll be away for a week" she said... "Don't answer the phone but do take Rothko for a walk - if you don't run him off he'll shred the sofa." She also left labels on parts of the house like 'tap' and 'cupboard' because last time I'd been sick in a drawer. That was four days ago. Rothko's sitting on the chair again. Occaisionally he looks at the telly. Mostly he's looking at me looking at the telly. It's 2pm. He doesn't want me here. And I haven't taken him out once...."
Commentary from a production runner
Monologue from star