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The Bill Murray Experience

USA 2017
produced by
Jim Towns, Sadie Katz, Dallas King, Jim Griffiths (executive) for Red Rabbit, Shadow Kamera Films
directed by Sadie Katz
starring Sadie Katz, Joel Murray, P.J. Soles, Genevieve Marie, Jennifer Wenger, Ashley Nunes, Jennifer Lieberman, Melissa Fontinini, Jimmy Hadley, Alex Carvidi, EJ Scott, Jeremy Long, Dennis Woodruff, Ashli Dowling, David Price, Charlotte Robinson, Dallas King, Byron Russlle, MISCRE8, Joe Nicchi, Allen Rueckert, Bill Murray
written by Sadie Katz, music by Jeffrey Bethuy Dean, animation and editing by Jim Towns


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Actor and comedian is a bit of a living urban legend, as he at times has the tendency of turning up somewhere where nobody expects him to play pranks on ordinary people (many being his fanbase), or given unasked-for advice, or just showing rather eccentric (yet hilarious) behaviour. And going on social media and reading all the accounts of Murray's antics (some made up for sure but some authenticated by video footage), one might come to the conclusion that anyone but oneself has had a "Bill Murray experience".

Enter Sadie Katz, a reasonably successful actress working mostly in indie movies, who has just been dumped and has hit a (real or imagined) career low, who kept her head floating reading about her favourite actor Bill Murray - and after reading all the stories circling his name, whether real or made up, comes to the conclusion that the only thing that can lift her up presently is having her own "Bill Murray experience", a quirky moment involving her and the actor - but she isn't waiting for fate to come knocking on her door but tries to actively track down Bill to make it happen ... which soon proves harder than it is, as Murray's (intentionally and understandably) elusive and Sadie and Murray don't move in the same circles to begin with. But if Sadie's one thing, it's persistent, and it doesn't take her long to pick up a few good leads, one being Bill Murray's brother Joel, another being P.J. Soles, who, horror fans might know primarily from Halloween but who also co-starred with Bill Murray in Stripes. Ultimately, Sadie gets where she wants to be, with Bill Murray pretty much at arm's length - but she's also wearing a unicorn wig and carries 100 balloons ...


This is actually a charming little documentary, and one that could have gone wrong in so many ways, like taking the dead serious route or treating the whole thing as a freakshow. And generally speaking, the subject of a documentary also being its writer/director isn't a very good idea - but this movie is the proverbial exception to the rule, as Sadie Katz treats the whole thing not only with charm but also the right amount of self irony, as she (not only in hindsight) seems to know what her shenanigans might look like, so instead of an obsessive chick we get a very likeable girl who knowingly walks this road as a sort of healing process, and it's really up to everyone's own interpretation whether she gets redemption in the end.

Rather unusual for sure - and in a good way, well worth a look!


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