Writer/director Paul Mazursky's tale of an art-film director sweating out the release of his first big commercial project may draw chuckles from film business types, but it's likely to be an ordeal for almost anyone else.
Harry Stone (Danny Aiello) directs ambitious personal films, but after three flops in a row he condescends to take on the title project. Seen in snippets, Stone's THE PICKLE tells the tale of Molly, a farm lass (Ally Sheedy) who flies to the planet of Cleveland in a giant cucumber and winds up
meeting with the President (Little Richard) and falling in love with his right-hand man (an unbilled Griffin Dunne). Mazursky's THE PICKLE deals with S...