Clark: A Gonzomentary – The Movie

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A Gonzomentary is a film or video that combines objectivity with pre-scripted fictitious events, or that creates fictitious characters but presents them through outside media as realistic in order to obscure a distinction between reality and fiction within the story. This neologism was invented specifically for this project.

Gonzomentary is a marriage of two words:
Gonzo, a type of subjective journalism that favors style over fact to achieve accuracy and often uses personal experiences and emotions to provide context for the topic or event being covered.
The word Gonzo was first used in 1970 to describe an article by Hunter S. Thompson, who later popularized the style. The term has since been applied to other subjective artistic endeavors.

Mocumentary is a type of film or television show in which fictitious events are presented in documentary format.

Which means that a “Gonzomentary” is something so convoluted that it’s almost sometimes nearly impossible to even describe what it may or may not be maybe without inventing a new language for the purpose of translating it from another alien language which only surviving Atlanteans can interpret into English (but must first learn English) then unfortunately losing the original concept in translation. The only way you can experience it fully is to buy products from us.

“Clark: A Gonzomentary” is a first installment of an ongoing web series project which began as a gonzomentary “reality” show surrounding the struggles of an independent artist who influences change in the art underground with his “phallic art”. It has since evolved into a full-length movie (Releases in Fall 2011). Season two will follow the character and actor who plays “Tito” from season 1.

Clark: A Gonzomentary – The Movie

Movie version (NSFW – Not Safe For Work) of the episodic series with added and extended scenes.

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