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If you eventually decide to look past the dick tricks you'll witness a wonderful portrait of audiences keen to laugh and harmlessly immerse themselves in an escape from life and the bigotry of sexuality.
Mick Molloy's film is a legacy that certain taboos in society can be nullified by expression. There's no sexual content here, rather the demystifying evidence that a genital is offensive. Mick Molloy is one of my all time favourite Australian comedians and his dual role as, filmmaker-interviewer and radio promoter of the "Puppetry Of The Penis" show through his drive-time show with Tony Martin, MARTIN-MOLLOY - could be construed as a propagandistic piece to support his close friend and penis puppeteer, Simon Morley, but that's only if you're p***ed at him. This is a wonderful film. In the same league as Chris Smith's American MOVIE which depicted the same ambition albeit in a much more society friendly guise.
Don't be deterred by the subject matter - It's goes beyond it and reveals an encouragement to any of us who feels we might fail outside of society's expectations.
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