August 21, 2018 12:46pm
HardArt Rejects Director Sally Forth
Source: PR 101
by: Company Press Release
Sally Forth’s sophomore script has been shot down by her base studio, Hard Art. The director wanted to do a hardcore remake of cult film El Topo. On Friday the studio slammed on the production brakes.
COO Jeff Sharp shouted into the phone, "Absolutely Not! I know the film she wants to parody, I may still have it on VHS and I remember that film taking place in the desert, and I’m not going to allow Sally to march a caravan into Death Valley in September! It's a bad recipe! She needs to look at a calendar when coming up with plots!" Then he hung up on us.
When we asked Forth about the obvious logistical challenges of shooting in Death Valley in the dog days of summer, she meekly replied, "I really never even thought of that… it does get hot out there. Aside from the desert thing, I don’t think they [Hard Art] were really down with the idea. A girl can tell, ya know? I guess it's back to one."
Sally’s reboot of El Topo was to be the first release from her newly acquired three picture deal with HartArt.
Forth offers an explanation and continues with, "It was going to be an ass-kicking show with a female lead... I had it just about all worked out in my head. It was really going to be something!"
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