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About the Movie
Emmy winner Christiane Paul joins Francesco Mazzini and a strong ensemble cast in Mr. Rudolpho’s Jubilee. Mr. Rudolpho is an Italian fashion designer: Rich, famous, and depressed. Surrounded by luxury, monitored 24/7 by a security team, hated by the CEO of Rudolpho Inc., he’s a prisoner of success. Rudolpho’s been sketching something in his moleskin book for months, but nobody knows what it is. Turns out he’s making plans for suicide. Good timing, because the CEO is planning to bump him off. Rudolpho heads to Berlin for Fashion Week to end it all, with the killers not far behind. But, this being a Bright Blue Gorilla film, things don’t always go as planned... He’s thrown in with some off-the-grid artists - the Boheems - who have no idea who he is. Thinking he’s destitute, they invite him to stay. Meanwhile, cops, killers, reporters, and Interpol all search for him. Rudolpho, happy in his hide-out, is hanging with the Boheems - and maybe falling for one of them... MRJ is a surreal comedy romance, told by two “Musical Angels”, aka Bright Blue Gorilla as the Greek Chorus. Part screwball comedy, part hippie musical, with a pinch of cop-show thrown in for flavor, Mr. Rudolpho’s Jubilee deliciously mixes up form and mashes up genre.
I have seen Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee several times. It's wit and humor have brought me back to see it again! The style and subtle humor of the human condition are brilliantly portrayed in this film and I highly recommend it. I love Bright Blue Gorilla( Robyn Rosencranse and Michael Glover), their music is also something not to be missed!! Bravo!!
The World Needs More Films Like This!
Mr. Rudolfo's Jubilee sets a new high bar for Bright Blue Gorilla's
fun, quirky and fresh productions, while representing a new echelon of
smart, quick, feel-good cinema that modern times demand.
Tongue-in-cheek nods from the director leave you laughing out load
before a line of dialog has been spoken. Elements of farce keep you on
the edge of your seat. And, colorful, bohemian overtones bring depth to
a rock-solid script which weaves multiple languages in a work of art as
pleasing to the ear as it is the eye, intellect and soul. A genuine
Big Screen Material
This film is wonderfully witty with a comfortable blend of comedy, romance, and even some action. It's sequence of events keeps you interested until the end, and the Greek Chorus feels like it is simply meant to be there. The Bohemian aspects add a natural quality to the film. It feels fresh and nothing feels too over or underdone. All in all, it feels like it could be played on the big screen.