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Hollywood Movie Tied To A Chair 2011

Naomi Holbroke just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, or maybe for the first time in her life she may have been in exactly the right place at the right time. And indeed, by the end of the film, after a number of increasingly dangerous mishaps and an equal number of increasingly brilliant stratagems, Naomi has foiled the plot and saved the city. Naomi is an unlikely hero for a movie, but just as a lot of evil is done by people who are sure they are right, a lot of good can be done by someone who's used to being wrong. We need people like Naomi, though our dry cleaning bills will surely go up.

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Published: May 26, 2011
Propelled by a pileup of random scenes, preposterous characters and pitiful dialogue, the film unwinds as Billy dodges Naomi (Bonnie Loren), a middle-aged housewife seeking to rekindle her youthful thespian dreams. Having abandoned her fuddy-duddy husband (Richard Franklin), Naomi is obsessed with winning the lead role in Billy’s new opus. Undeterred by her lack of youth, talent or sanity, our supremely annoying heroine jets from England to France to New York City, stealing a cab and stumbling over a headless corpse en route. By the time she foils a terrorist plot — assisted by multiple off-camera wardrobe changes — there is little for Mr. Van Peebles to do but look embarrassed, a task he accomplishes with the minimum of effort.

Insulting several nationalities and most of the filmgoing public, “Tied to a Chair” lurches through acting atrocities, continuity glitches and narrative gaps with grating insouciance. The film’s titular confinement may not be, as Naomi repeatedly claims, “every woman’s fantasy,” but it is probably the only way anyone is going to sit through this ridiculous, cobbled-together farce.

Written, produced and directed by Michael Bergmann; director of photography, Douglas Underdahl; edited by Jonathan Sloman; music by Deborah Mollison; production design by Tracy Steele; costumes by Jenna Nankin; released by Process Studio Theatre. At the Big Cinemas Manhattan, 239 East 59th Street. Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes. This film is not rated.

Main Cast And Crew
Cast: Mario Van Peebles,Bonnie Loren, Sayed Badreya,Kim Cristo,Alfredo Narciso,Garry Pastore,Al Nazemian,James Rana,Pamela Shaw, Ariana Farelli
Director: Michael Bergmann
Country: USA | France | UK
Filming Locations: Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France
Release Date: 27 May 2011
Genre: Comedy
Language: English
Runtime: 94 min
Rating:NR for not rated.
Budget: $800,000 (estimated)

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