All in Good Taste
|All in Good Taste|
|Directed by||Anthony Kramreither|
|Produced by||Anthony Kramreither|
|Written by||Robert C. Diez d'Aux
|Distributed by||Pan-Canadian Film Distributors|
The film was produced, directed and cowritten by Anthony Kramreither, who was inspired by his own experience as a producer whose creative ambitions had been eclipsed by a commercial imperative to keep his Brightstar Pictures studio operating by making low-budget B-movies.
The film is about a young filmmaker named Timothy (Jonathan Welsh), with a screen play. His script is a story of an orphan and his dog who are in search of a loving family. Film investors force Timothy into making a movie with sex and violence. Jim Carrey has a small silent role as a naked cameraman named Ralph Parker in this movie.
- "Low-budget film-maker a dark horse". Toronto Star, August 31, 1986.
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