Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party
|Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party|
|Directed by||Jennifer Schwalbach Smith|
|Distributed by||View Askew Productions|
Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party is a 2004 documentary about the making of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, released and produced by Kevin Smith's View Askew Productions. The three-hour work marks the directorial debut of Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, Kevin Smith's wife.
It was originally intended to be a bonus feature on the Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back DVD, but due to its length, it became a standalone feature. Plans to include it on the Clerks X DVD were scrapped for similar reasons. It has since been screened at several of Kevin Smith's "Vulgarthon" film festivals. According to a Q&A session with Smith in Vancouver in early 2009, it would be included in full on a future Blu-ray Disc release of Clerks, and it was on the November 2009 release.
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