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The Sacred Incense of the Drinking Man

USA 2012
produced by
Wickid Pissa Films
directed by Josh Mitchell
starring Josh Mitchell, Patrick Ryan, Bruce Kade, Kendall Lake, Devan Liljedahl, Dan Sutter, Rey Engelhard, Richy Jacobs, Venyci Yefriadi
written by Josh Mitchell, music by Aldous Collins


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Mikey (Josh Mitchell) loves beer ... which is not to say he's an alcoholic or any such thing, he just loves to try all different kinds of beers, and will not rest until he has found the perfect beer. He has come pretty close when he happened upon eccentric brewmaster Bronsan Suds Belton, a man who seems to be able to make amazing beer out of pretty much anything at hand.

But then Mikey learns about the Trappist Monks of Mount Molehill, who have dedicated their hermit-like lifestyle to brewing the perfect, the holy beer. Mikey knows he has to taste this, and since it's a mere two weeks to his wedding, he figures this is the last adventure as a free man he'll ever be able to experience. So he writes a letter to Suds to invite him and his little brother (Bruce Kade) to join him on the expedition to the monks and their beer. On their way they pick up a singer (Kendall Lake) and a dancer - both of whom fall for Suds' brother -, and finally they make it to the mountain's summit to meet the monks - but will they be willing to turn some of their beer over?


A cute little short that will probably resonate the best with beer lovers, as much of the dialogue is based on (and cleverly parodies) beer-brewing lingo. Plus, the film is also kept alive by its beautiful - and beautifully shot - scenery.

However, on the downside the whole thing suffers a bit from sloppy writing - now don't get me wrong, the narration as such is rather well-written and proves writer/director Josh Mitchell has a way with words, and the dialogue is pointed enough to keep things interesting ... it's just, the film pretty much lacks narrative build-up, a proper storyarc or any real underlying conflict. Apart from the rather hilarious punchline, the whole thing seems little more than a few guys taking a stroll, having fun and talking beer - which is, as mentioned, cute in a way - but one can't help but think a film about Trappist Monks and holy beer could have been a lot more entertaining.


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review © by Mike Haberfelner


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