PARK & RIDE CITY, UTAH--The Independent Film Competition known as, The Sundance Festival, Concluded with the winner of all categories going to this years stand out best offering in independent films. Without a doubt, Das Toilette, a cloak and dagger suspense drama took home all 32 awards offered by the Festival. Robert Redford, the founder and big honcho of the event says, "There really was no reason for any other small films being produced this year. Because we only had one clear winner!"
The film focuses on foreign agents who are miniaturized along with a nukeular submarine and hold up in a National Security Agency (NSA) restroom. Their mission: travel up the rectums and attach electrodes to the brains of there users, namely secret agents & agency workers who posses clandestine and covert operations information. Their mission to uncover classified material by poking into the lives and minds of their vulnerable targets. The script was so well accepted that it attracted some of the best actors Hollywood has to offer.
Das Toilette stars, Robert Redford as the young skipper Jonas Grumby-asmod, Paul Neuman plays the young first mate, Quentin Mchale-ajad, and love interest, Glenn Close as seaman Kowalsky and rounding off our ensemble cast is Lucy Loo as Sailor Moon.
The only intentional comedic scene filmed in this tense drama is when they attempt to locate and arrest the brain inputs of the agency director's (Danny Devito) secretary, Melons Malone (Pam Anderson). After traveling two hours, finding themselves back in her rectum, concluding that she has shit for brains.
The Independent Film Competition provides audiences with a first look at the most compelling new dramatic and documentary films from emerging American film makers. Jury Awards and Audience Awards in each category are presented on the Closing Night of the Festival.