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BIG IN JAPAN: TRUE TALE OF A BIG FAME HUNTER

“Fame is the spur”, wrote blind poet John Milton, “…to scorn delight and live laborious days.”  These days, fame is a burr, a pricking, prickling thing, an aspirational Aspergers as inspirational as intestinal gas.

BIG IN JAPAN is a competent if not complimentary documentary on the complementary psychosis of instant celebrity.  Dave Jones and his film making mates venture to Japan – where The Ventures were bigger than the Beatles in 1964- to like, share and go viral in their pursuit of the infernal question, What is Fame? Continue reading BIG IN JAPAN: TRUE TALE OF A BIG FAME HUNTER