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Henrietta and Her Dismal Display of Affection

USA 2020
produced by
Rebekah Porter, Grady Roper for Dream-Atomic
directed by Jeffrey Garcia
starring Alice McAllister, Furly Travis, Justin Conway, Shauna Nunn, Steve Jones, Ida Benstuft, Greg Williams, Michael Nieto, Sam Foster, Christopher Paul Cardoza, Margo Jepson, Geoffrey Treece, Billy Hoch, Grady Roper, Thayer Cranor, Gillian Lockwood, Cody Read, Dean Ramirez, Sydney Milan, Alessia Meola, Rachel McCartney, Corinthian Nichols, Ronnie Borden, Grace Marlow, Josh Palmer, Tony Perez, Nix Nova, Jinx Minx, Bridgit Smith, Rebekah Porter, Victor Godefrey, Evan Ferguson, Travis Roper, Psych Sisters, Daisy Williams, Veronica Applebee, Nikos Tzortinakis, Clint Sonnier, Sam Martinich, Jay Lynn, River Morgan, Patty D, Chris Morgan
written by Jeffrey Garcia, music by Clint Sonnier, Trudy Danger, Wet Sponger, Nikos Tzortzinakis, makeup effects by Nix Nova, Jinx Minx, special gore prosthetics by James Bell

review by
Mike Haberfelner

After dad Mickey (Furly Travis) finds mum Kathy (Shauna Nunn) screwing around with Sailor Jerry (Geoffrey Treece), he's quick to throw her out of the house, but that leaves him suicidal, and if it wasn't for daughter Henrietta (Alice McAllister), he would have already taken his life more than once. But it's now up to Henrietta to keep the family together, something she's not totally up to, navigating the lives of her, dad Mickey, brother Kevin (Justin Conway) and new addition Debbie the Retard (Margo Jepson) - left behind by Sailor Jerry - through a world of hippies, outcasts, sleazebags and the like, including their sleazy uncle Albert (Steve Jones), director Ricky Valentine (Christopher Paul Cardoza), who wants to trick the whole family into doing porn, and the a little too sex-hungry Roxanne (Ida Benstuft). Eventually, Henrietta seeks advice from a psychiatrist (Michael Nieto), but that only lands her in his bed and ultimately pregnant ...


Now there's one thing that Henrietta and her Dismal Display of Affection is not, and that's subtle - and that's totally intentional, too, the film was always supposed to be loud, also mirrored in its garish colour scale, its deliberate use of gore and ill-fitting wigs, its script that seems to navigate from one kick into the balls to the next without paying much mind to narrative structur, and its rather over-the-top acting ... and the outcome is pretty hysterical, something that most closely resembles a soap opera from hell, going through the motions of the genre but with the gloves firmly off and the tongue always in cheek. Ultimately, it's probably not a film for everyone's taste, but something with a definite party movie feeling to it, and should your sense of humour be on the slightly crude side, chances are you'll love this one.

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