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Clark Trailer "Few Artists..."

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"There have been few artists who have changed our perception of reality, and even less who have changed the world. This story is about neither."

Exodus FIlms presents "Clark" a gonzo auto-biographical surreal mock documentary reality show art film showing what surrounds the controversal and influential phallic sculptor and painter, William Clark.

As the emotionally disturbed Clark juggles his creativity and work with his eccentricites, social awkwardess and substance abuse, we discover that his spiraling descent into madness just may be his secret to his uninhibited brilliance.

Accompanied by his friend and art manager, James, Clark pushes the limits of the art world, and with James keen understanding of dollars and cents, Clark and his sculptoral portayals of male genitalia will sure to flip creative minds on their belly and dry fuck them deep and hard.

These 10 minute episodes will capture and force you to endure the truth of an artists' lifestyle and all the banality of reality a creative individual has to either endure or destroy to transcend a common boring and pointless existence that you, a non-talented person, probably have. Love him or hate him, Clark will definitely pull at your heart strings, and drum on your emotions... and ... auto-tune your sixth sense... to the chorus of "You're the Best Around" by Joe Esposito.

Episodes of Clark are soon to be featured bi-weekly and bi-curiously on the Alterati podcast: www.alterati.com/blog/clark

Exodus Films is currently 66% through the filming and editing process of Season One of Clark which will consist of 6 episodes and possibly a bonus "behind the scenes" episode.

Clark has innapropriate behavior, adult language, 'simulated' drug and alcohol use and other very naughty things that your pastor would not approve of.

Clark is never not always maybe or may not be inaccurate of it's portrayal of reality or possible facetiousness in it's bending of the truth or exaggeration but can sometimes be honest but definitely occasionally perhaps fictional ... maybe... sometimes.
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"There have been few artists who have changed our perception of reality, and even less who have changed the world. This story is about neither."

Exodus FIlms presents "Clark" a gonzo auto-biographical surreal mock documentary reality show art film showing what surrounds the controversal and influential phallic sculptor and painter, William Clark.

As the emotionally disturbed Clark juggles his creativity and work with his eccentricites, social awkwardess and substance abuse, we discover that his spiraling descent into madness just may be his secret to his uninhibited brilliance.

Accompanied by his friend and art manager, James, Clark pushes the limits of the art world, and with James keen understanding of dollars and cents, Clark and his sculptoral portayals of male genitalia will sure to flip creative minds on their belly and dry fuck them deep and hard.

These 10 minute episodes will capture and force you to endure the truth of an artists' lifestyle and all the banality of reality a creative individual has to either endure or destroy to transcend a common boring and pointless existence that you, a non-talented person, probably have. Love him or hate him, Clark will definitely pull at your heart strings, and drum on your emotions... and ... auto-tune your sixth sense... to the chorus of "You're the Best Around" by Joe Esposito.

Episodes of Clark are soon to be featured bi-weekly and bi-curiously on the Alterati podcast: www.alterati.com/blog/clark

Exodus Films is currently 66% through the filming and editing process of Season One of Clark which will consist of 6 episodes and possibly a bonus "behind the scenes" episode.

Clark has innapropriate behavior, adult language, 'simulated' drug and alcohol use and other very naughty things that your pastor would not approve of.

Clark is never not always maybe or may not be inaccurate of it's portrayal of reality or possible facetiousness in it's bending of the truth or exaggeration but can sometimes be honest but definitely occasionally perhaps fictional ... maybe... sometimes. Show less
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