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Escape From Tomorrow

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It's a terrifying world after all...

Infamously shot on the sly at Disney World with high-end video cameras on black-and-white mode, this slithery, literal anti-morality play works better as a triumph of guerilla-punk filmmaking than it does as an actual film. A middle-aged zero (Roy Abramsohn) schlumping through a joyless vacation with his family at the Magic Kingdom is led astray by a couple of sexy French teenagers.

Or perhaps he’s just having a nervous breakdown in the unhappiest place on Earth. Either way, this is a queasy, no-budget ride that feels like Ed Wood Jr. remaking Eraserhead with Mickey Mouse. Only not that good.

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