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Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act

Directed by Michael French
United States, 1991
Documentary, Comedy

Synopsis

During the second season of In Living Color, Jim Carrey began to prepare a stand-up comedy special. Before the special was telecast on Showtime, in November 1991, Jim’s mother passed away. Jim dedicated Jim Carrey’s Unnatural Act to the memory of Kathleen Carrey.

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Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act Directed by Michael French

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  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act

    A fun snapshot of Jim Carrey before his meteoric rise to becoming one of the most recognizable and iconic actors of the Nineties. Filmed during the second season of "In Living Color," this special could have consisted of Carrey doing his Fire Marshall Bill character for 46 minutes and the audience would have likely gone home happy, but Carrey's routine is alternately insightful and absurd, his face ever elastic.

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