Monday, June 07, 2010

Margo Makes Movies That Don’t Get Released

She has recently been in a lot of films, that have not been released for unknown reasons. ... In 2009, she took on a supporting role for the slasher movie remake Sorority Row. Though given limited screentime, she received strong critical acclaim for her performance as Chugs, a hard-partying but fundamentally insecure sorority sister.

Margo Harshman at Wikipedia

Margo makes movies that don’t get released.

I’ve heard “Sorority Row” got released
just because they had Audrina Patridge
playing the girl who dies in the first scene
and business types thought that would sell the film.

And no I didn’t hear that from Margo.

It’s good to get ‘strong critical acclaim’
for portraying a character named “Chugs.”
But I suspect ‘strong critical acclaim’
just means guys like me said, “Hey, that’s Tawny!”

Margo plays guitar. And she’s beautiful.
And she does that Gillian Anderson
acting-without-acting kind of acting
as expressionlessly as Gillian.

I’m not sure what it means when her movies
don’t get released. I hope she won’t get lost,
just another actress eaten alive
by the great white shark constantly feeding
entertainment business content machine.

Jerry Lewis made an unreleased film.
It is a Holocaust story about
a clown and some children in a death camp.
He wants it released, “The Day The Clown Cried.”
Business types say they’ll never release it.

Margo makes movies that don’t get released.

I hope she won’t get lost. I’ve done my part
to keep her present. That is, this blog post.

I’m hoping someday nothing will get lost.

No more lost Atlantis. No more lost songs.

No more people who make things getting lost.

Margo makes movies that don’t get released.

Our part in the larger metaphysics
is to rearrange the local cosmos
so that soon it will be enough to say
just the first three words: Margo makes movies.

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“The Day The Clown Cried” at Wikipedia

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