When Dory loses his job at a data-management company and can only find work as a janitor, it looks like his life is going down the drain. To make matters worse, he and his toilet-cleaning colleagues become unwitting guinea pigs in a misguided corporate experiment. But as a strange new life takes shape inside him, Dory learns that sometimes you don’t find meaning, meaning finds you. –Visit Films
David Russo is an artist from Seattle who makes films. His previous award-winning short films include Populi, Pan With Us, and I Am (Not) Van Gogh. For his first feature film (and first ever narrative work) THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF LITTLE DIZZLE, David has received both The Rockefeller Foundation, and Creative Capital Artist Fellowships. Also in 2008, David began directing commercials,
including spots for Samsung’s “Glyde” and “Instinct” campaigns.
Both Populi and Pan With Us premiered at Sundance and Pan With Us took home an “Honorable Mention”. Pan With Us was also a part of Mike Judge’s “Animation Show” Theatrical & DVD release. Populi was purchased as a permanent artwork at Seahawk Stadium. I am (Not) Van Gogh was purchased and distributed throughout France by The French Ministry of Culture. —Visit Films
I suppose you need to be totally high to fully appreciate this movie. No really. Some scenes make 3D look flat. The shower sequence is practically video art. The toilet artist predates Mr. Brainwash from "Exit Through The Gift Shop". "TICOLD" evokes Chuck Palahniuk ("Choke", not "Fight Club"). It's a mess of a movie, but it's a titillating mess.