Vroom, Vroom, Vroom (1994)

Once upon a time a teenager named Leroy did a bent-over old lady a favor. Leroy was a loner, not because he wanted to be, but because the other boys had things he did not have: like girlfriends. All Leroy had was pimples on his face. Naturally, the girls, even the homely ones, ignored Leroy. So, poor Leroy was lonely, but he was horny as hell. Anyway, the bent-over lady turns out to be a witch and as a reward for helping her, she offers to grant Leroy a wish. Leroy says he has two wishes so dear to his heart he can't make a decision. The witch takes pity on him and agrees to grant him his two wishes, if he promises never to tell anyone or share his good fortune with anyone else. Leroy promises never to tell, whereupon the witch tells him to go to the fork in the road just outside of town at midnight and look behind the big tree. That night, Leroy does as instructed...... Lo and behold, behind the old oak tree, he finds a motorcycle! Leroy's heart leaps with joy at the sight of the powerful machine. He searches around for his second wish but he can't find it. Leroy switches on his new motorcycle. Vrooom vroom vroooom! It springs to life... and Leroy soon finds out that this is no ordinary bike, but a bike that can make all his dreams come true.

Besetzung

Richard Barboza, Laura Lane, Dewar Zazee, Kim Smith

Stab

Regie
Melvin van Peebles

Drehbuch
Melvin van Peebles

Kamera
Igor Sunara

Schnitt
Melvin van Peebles

Ton
Dolby SR

Musik
Melvin van Peebles

Szenenbild
James Sherman

Produzent
Regina Ziegler

Redaktion
Ronald Gräbe, WDR

Infos

Sender
ARD, WDR, ARTE

Genre
Short Feature

Format
35mm; colour; 1:1,85

Länge
28 min.

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