All in Good Taste

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All in Good Taste
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Directed by Anthony Kramreither
Produced by Anthony Kramreither
Written by Robert C. Diez d'Aux
Rick Green
Anthony Kramreither
Starring Jim Carrey
Jonathan Welsh
Harvey Atkin
Jack Creley
Distributed by Pan-Canadian Film Distributors
Release date
  • May 6, 1983 (1983-05-06)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

All in Good Taste (Originally known as It's All in Good Taste) is a Canadian comedy film and stars Jim Carrey. It was filmed in 1981 but not shown in theaters until 1983.

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.[1]

Plot[edit]

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Low-budget film-maker a dark horse". Toronto Star, August 31, 1986.

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