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I don't mean weird in a kind of tongue-in-cheek, artsy sort of way. Believe me, there's nothing mysterious or subtle in regards to Kaufman. The dude ain't looking to make any form of "healthy" cinema. He wants to exude trash and does so with feverish glee. But why the hell am I talking so much about Kaufman when the flick is called DEBBIE ROCHON CONFIDENTIAL? Actually, your guess is as f*cking good as mine. She was in the opening shot (a happy boob shot, of course), and then she just kind of disappears for a bit. I was wondering if maybe I had accidentally clicked on some strange special feature rather than the actual movie.
What I did see plenty of was Mr. Kaufman's goofy mug. And this guy sure likes to talk. His words fly out in rapid fire in a tone similar to Mel Brooks', which I guess makes sense because every sentence he spills is almost always joke-laced. He's pretty funny for an old guy, but also pretty annoying (also like an old guy). Regardless, I just couldn't understand why this documentary was filled with so many clips of him either talking about Troma or introducing old clips of his movies. It didn't go anywhere and really didn't make much sense.
And whenever Ms. Rochon does pop up onscreen, it's usually in some dumb footage of a past Troma-related event. There is no current interview with her discussing her life's work. I'm pretty sure that is something a dock/mockumentary flick like this is supposed to have. But I got absolutely nothing. Just Mr. Kaufman's mug every minute or so. We do get some sort of weird short film type thing at the end with Ms. Rochon that was kind of funny, but not that great. It just made me question even more so why this is being marketed as a sort of documentary with regards to Ms. Rochon. Honestly it was total bullshit.
Audio English dolby digital.