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I'm an Electric Lampshade

USA 2021
produced by
Jacob Krupnick, Doug McCorkle, Ran Yatim (creative) for Holy Moly Productions, Wild Combination
directed by John Clayton Doyle
starring Doug McCorkle, Regina McCorkle, Cesar Valentino, Isra-Jeron Ysmael, Darnell Bernard, Dane Afuang, Jocelyn Agdalpen, Joreine Agdalpen, Jaritza Aguada, Emmanuel Aguilar, Larry Alexander, Glen Almonte, Jorjina Amefia-Koffi, Emeth Grace Amir, Denmark Angeles, Mark Joseph Aquino, Gia Asperas, Ian Asuncion, Nikole Barajas, Bernie Barrantes, Lyka Bernal, Kevin Biles, Twitty Bird, Jalin Bruce, Falynn Burton, Ashlie Butler, Marisol Cal y Mayor, Robert Cardazone, Ashley Carment, Oceana Castañeda, Romina Catalán, Angelica Cauilan, Gedion Cesar, John Cesar, Jacob Charvat, Vilma Chew, William Chua, Marylu Ciardiello, Joy Mariz Cofreros, Getina Coleman, Kiera Coleman, George Corso, Alice Crowe, Jolas Cruz, Alex Cunanan, Laura de Ita, Marina de Ita, Princess De Luna, Christian De Vera, Bert Dickinson, Robin Dunn, Edgar Rmz Durán, Ashruth Easwar, Daniel El Travieso, Rodrigo Enciso, Linda Evans, Marshall Factora, Gerald Felix, Christopher Fenimore, Giovanni Flores, James Flores, Mj Floresca, Shaina Ruzz Galib, Toni Garcia, Ricardo García, John Givero, Jen Gosnell, Rohan Gray, Neil Green, Eric Haber, Lorena Hernandez, Zach Herrington, Theresa Hioki, Valerie Ho, Daniel Holloway, Carlo Huerta, Ariel Hugo, Dennis Javinar, Paige Johnson Jones, Jason Jose, Abraham Jurado, Angel Kaba, Jonah Kersey, Zoneo Lakambini, Sofi Lambert, Bernard Laxa, Michael Lazarus, Lita Loresco, Diona Mahoney, Jonelle Malarayap, Jason Maniccia, Adonia Manns, Shavon Marshall, Marian McCorkle-Beckerman, Caleb McDaniel, Don Miller, Latosha Mitchell, Jp Moraga, Damir Mrkulic, Alberto Mungula, Diego Mur, Lito Napolitano, Jaycee Navarro, Ruben Navarro, Courtney Ng, Jesús Ochoa, Mauricio Rico Palma, Alicia Pantaleo, Azia Patterson, Stephanie Pionelo, Rolando Pongos, Erick Portes, Priscila, Ursula Ramos, Minerva Rivera Bolaños, Eduardo Rivera, Jonathan Rodrigues, Noel Rodriguez, Peaches Rodriguez, Jason Rosa, Shari Rosenblatt, Tonatihu Saguilán, Goldwyn Salazar, Charlie Santiago, Angelica Santos, Ericka Mae Santos, Kristopher Savastano, Pauline Schollbach, Japhet Serafica, Allan Sidro, Lachy Sierra, Roland Solidum, Amanda Souza, Scott Staton, Alyssa Storm, Manuel Tan, Yvonne Thomas, Adele Tomita, Dan Corona Valdovinos, Gloria Vanderbilt, Jillian Vicinanza, Gina Villa, Ryan Villamor, Medín Villatoro, Christian Vinas, Diego Vértiz, Maleek Washington, Aronda Way, Inyaki Yuson
written by John Clayton Doyle


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Doug McCorkle has had a long, comparably successful, but to be honest relatively unmemorable career in corporate accounting, but upon his retirement at age 60, he decides to fulfill himself his wildest dream and become a pop star - and that's not just meaning a guy with a guitar singing songs in a corner that nobody wants to hear, but the very contemporary version of the word, with elaborate stage shows, makeup, costumes, dancers and elaborate choreographies. But of course that's something that can't be achieved overnight, and his training takes him all over the world, including to Sin Andre's (Cesar Valentino) dance center mostly frequented by drag queens, where he learns not only to perform but also about gender identity and fluidity, which also informs his future stage persona. And of course, things culminate in Doug's triumphant stage debut.


This film labels itself a documentary/narrative hybrid, and I admit I'm not sure how much of this film is fact, how much is fiction, but that said, one can't but love the message this film subtly transmits by showing how this mild mannered bookkeeper loses himself more and more in his stage persona but at the same time seems to become more and more himself as he has finally dared to follow his dreams, which is just really inspiring. And the film's fittingly rich, colourful and at times intentionally camp visual language gives it just the right atmosphere to feel McCorkle's journey while his very relatable persona keeps things grounded enough to make the audience root for him throughout.


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