Adam Lambert, Clay Aiken, and Lance Bass To Star In "The Gay Barbarians Vs. The Vampires of Vancouver"

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 25 July 2011

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Fyn Gluckenburg who will have dual roles as a gay barbarian and as a Vancouver vampire in the Borrapelli movie.

WEST HOLLYWOOD - TriMoon Films in association with TouchRock Pictures and The Candlelight Motion Picture Company has just announced that they will soon begin production on the latest film by noted Italian Director Bandini Borrapelli.

The movie which is based on Cooperwood Onionweiser's novel Vamping Within The Limits of The Vancouver City Limits tells the story of a group of gay barbarians who travel from Minnesota to Vancouver in search of one of their own who reportedly had been gaynapped by the nefarious vampires of Vancouver.

Bandini Borrapelli said that other than hiring Adam Lambert, Clay Aiken, and Lance Bass he really shied away from hiring well-known individuals to appear in the movie because he really wanted the film to be the star.

So what he did was travel extensively throughout South America, Europe, and Alaska and actually hired non-actors who he felt could play the part of natural barbarians and vampires.

In Copenhagen, Denmark he discovered Zotterdam Dordorp, III, and Fyn Gluckenburg, who were working as pole dancing instructors at the famed Greta and Gretchen Goobergibbin Pole Dancing Academy.

Borrapelli found Huygenspark Schilderveld working as a chocolate mint taster at a Nestle factory in Amsterdam, Holland.

At first Huygenspark did not want to leave Amsterdam for the bright lights of Hollywood because he was afraid of losing his job and also due to the fact that over a period of three years he has become addicted to chocolate mints.

Borrapelli then traveled to South America, where he soon discovered a llama herder in Argentina named Gaspacho Taqueria. And it was through Taqueria that Borrapelli was introduced to his Internet pal Hernando Macarena who works as a rain gauge reader in Brazil's infamous Rain Forest.

After assembling this group of International unknowns he set out to make the movie.

And Borrapelli was amazed at the fact that the group of non-actors actually completed their scenes in less takes than it takes for seasoned, professional actors to do.

He noted that the scene take ratio was 3 for the non-actors to 7 for the professional actors.

Bandini Borrapelli has said that the movie should have its premier on September 2, 2011, which ironically just happens to be National Pierce Your Ears Day.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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