Director Giuseppe Andrews shot this low-rent parody of melodramas in the trailer park where he lives, using neighbors and homeless people as actors. Daisy, a 60-year-old widow, is wooed by Rick, the drunken ex-cop who found her husband dead of alcohol poisoning. After they break up Daisy takes a new lover; he too dies, and she and Rick toss a coin to determine whether they should reunite. Some viewers will be amused by the moronic characters, deadpan line readings, and wildly vulgar dialogue (“Your schlong soup of the day doesn't excite me anymore”; “Think of the massive farts that I let go that first day when we first met”). Others might consider this an empty-headed portrait of shallow people. 87 min.
By Fred Camper