All Films • 06-Jul-2014
A 5 minute single take of a Beetlejuice impersonator making a VHS-taped love confession to a woman he briefly met after his show at Universal Studios. The nervous monologue is simultaneously tentative and crazed, "Beetlejuice, listen up, this is do or die. If you can't have her, you can't have anyone, and life is not worth living…anyone's life." His roommate + co-worker, dressed as Frankenstein, enters the picture and begins to taunt his co-star in an overlapping dialogue finale. Funny performances carry the simple conceit, particularly by director Andrew Peyton as Beetlejuice.
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