During its aborted theatrical run one critic likened COMPLEX WORLD to a wild night on the town without a punishing hangover the next day. Made in Providence, Rhode Island, the film version is a thoroughly crazed, go-for-broke rock'n'roll cult comedy with no rules but enough order imposed
by first-time feature filmmaker Jim Wolpaw that the whole melee pulls together and somehow works.
The opening sets the tone with a sick gag introducing the semi-pivotal character Morris Brock (Stanley Matis), a bespectacled loser whose life was warped by the world fame twin brother Ralph garnered for shooting himself while still in the incubator--history's youngest suicide. Over...