“The Flying Saucer Film”, directed by filmmaker Riley Gibson, is a visual interpretation of “The Flying Saucer Song” found on Harry Nilsson and John Lennon’s collaboration Pussy Cats. In the film, I had the pleasure of playing a leftist who spreads propaganda at a bar. It is hoped that Yoko’s Imagine Peace Tower in Reykjavík, Iceland, will shine on this gem and more people will get a chance to see it.
The Flying Saucer Film from Riley Gibson on Vimeo.
6 thoughts on “The Flying Saucer Film”
Watching this gives me the same feeling I get when I get wasted and watch this youtube clip at 5 AM:
Whoa there, Stanky Kane! I didn’t realize Ryan Reynolds had appeared alongside Craig T. Nelson in TWO movies!!!
Poltergeist 2 is way more legit and strong than Paranormal Activity 3. Has anyone seen Witchboard?
I’d go out on a limb and say, for all it’s faults, Poltergeist II is a little bit better than Witchboard.
Often people will fall prey to the hyperbole monster and declare some particular thing as “what the internet was invented for.” However, I think we can all agree–all of us, that is, together as a team–that THIS is really actually what the internet was invented for:
this is the ticket, folks. this one.
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