A brilliant comic performance from British actor Steve Coogan drives Andrew Fleming's (DICK, NANCY DREW) sharp Sundance crowd-pleaser about a failed actor-turned-drama teacher who tests the limits of his First Amendment rights when he attempts to mount a shocking high-school musical.
"Where do dreams go to die?" asks our narrator (either an uncredited Jeremy Irons or Coogan himself, who we later find out does a spot-on Irons impersonation). In this case, the dreams of would-be dramaturge Dana Marschz (Coogan) wound up slowly expiring in the heat of the Tuscon, Arizona, sun. After a promising start appearing in infomercials for Jack LaLanne juicers and herpe...