Has anybody seen the film, Mister Lonely?
Could you explain it to me, please? I still have no idea what the extended side story of nuns jumping out of planes had to do with anything.
I expected something rather more quirky and light from Mister Lonely. This story of a Michael Jackson impersonator who meets a Marilyn Monroe impersonator and is persuaded to join a commune for celebrity impersonators certainly had its quirkiness and moments of humour, but much darkness and tragedy as well.
I'd be curious to know if anybody has seen this. And if you have figured out the nun side story, please enlighten me.
In shameless self-promotion mode, I would like to direct you to a review of a book which is considerably more straight forward, that I have posted over at the Bookworm Collective. It's a great summer read, for those of you who actually get summer.
I'd be curious to know if this book actually captures the male zeitgeist, as it is said to do. Gentlemen?