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Little Big Boy: The Rise and Fall of Jimmy Duncan
Little Big Boy: The Death Stalker Murders

Denmark 2011
produced by
Kim Sønderholm, Melanie Leach (executive), Tenchi Masaki (executive), Damian Nixey (executive), Jeff Stoll (executive) for Apotheosis Film
directed by Kim Sønderholm
starring Kim Sønderholm, Daniela Garcia, Nicolette Michaela, Lloyd Kaufman, Gry Baby, Monique Dupree, Eileen Dietz, Brandon Slagle, Slavko Labovic, Keith Collins, Megan Sacco, Rachel Grubb, Amy Lynn Best, Laurie Love, David C.Hayes, Wolfgang Meyer, Manoush, Toke Lars Bjarke, April Monique Burril, Lars Bjarke, Melany Denise, Russ Diapper (voice), Karin Bertling, Katrine Poulsen, Adam Vargas, David Bjergsø, Alice Haaber, Paul Kelleher, Vibeke Zeuthen, Tanja Aertebjerg, Michael Larsen, Marie Van Huisstede, Iman Hayani, Lars Rohnstock, Sanne Risbjerg Sørensen, Eline Kragenskjold, Mette Løvendahl, Jan Sønderholm Andersen, Eline Svendsen, Sarah Mahmood, Daniel Engstrup
written by Kim Sønderholm

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A (pseudo-)documentary about Jimmy Duncan (Kim Sønderholm), a cult horror director whose life and career at some point has gone horribly wrong.

We start at the point when he's preparing for his fourth film, Death Stalker, which is highly anticipated by all of the horror community, and everybody wants to be a part of it. But the more the work on the film progresses, the darker things get: Duncan has always had a problem with his temper, but now he starts physically abusing his extras and getting into brawls with his crew. Several times he even has to be thrown off the set. Plus, a breakup with his girlfriend/lead actress (Alice Haaber) doesn't make things any easier, with his methods to try and replace her being at best questionable. Also he starts to demand more and more from his actresses, things that do not always serve his film but his own perverted desires (including the production of sextapes and the like).

People close to Duncan (and there aren's many) try to explain his bad behaviour away with a troubled childhood (he had to witness the murder of his mother), but then he just pushes things further by killing someone ... ok, it was just an accident, he donkey-punched a girl during sex (this is an actual practice to knock one's partner out during sex by a hit to the neck) - with lethal consequences. Now that is not a good thing for anyone's reputation, but it gets worse, because now Duncan has only licked blood and started to like it ...

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Basically, Little Big Boy is an hommage to both independent filmmaking and the horror genre as such, but told in a pleasently unexpected way, as a fake documentary - but don't worry, this does not mean we are treated to an endless series of headache inducing but irritatingly popular hand-held camera sequences, instead director Kim Sønderholm treats us to a collection of talking heads, many of them prominent figures of the indie-film scene, interrupted by actual narrative scenes only sparingly - and yet, Sønderholm manages to bring a tense, exciting and compelling story across, but one that's also filled with tons of at times very black humour, inside jokes, bits of genre parody - and whatever else you would not expect to find in a fake serialkiller documentary, and yet, everything gels just beautifully, making this a totally enjoyable ride.



Oh, and if you're interested, here's the trailer, too ...



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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directed by
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written by
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