Naturally, it is the sort of story to make a movie about, and Brian W. Cook did, which Martha Fischer reviewed last May from the Tribeca Film Festival. While this is Cook's directorial feature debut, he actually worked with Kubrick on his last film, Eyes Wide Shut. Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story is a collection of scenarios that has Conway conning his way, pardon the pun, through London -- all played by the lusciously campy John Malkovich. (Although Martha says that the film was stolen by controversial British conservative Jim Davidson, who plays Conway's lover, Lee Pratt.) Either way, I'm itching to see more pink-infused Malkovich, and strangeness. While there is no trailer online for the film, there is a terribly, aggravatingly short teaser up on the official website. The movie will be released in theaters and through HDNet Movies on March 23, with a DVD release to follow on the 27th.
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