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Written by Richard Taylor   
Thursday, 10 March 2016

AKA: Bom Dia Carlos

Directed by: Gurcius Gewdner
Written by: Gurcius Gewdner
Produced by: Gurcius Gewdner
Cinematography by: Flavio C. Von Sperling
Editing by: Gurcius Gewdner
Special Effects by: Alexandre Brunoro
Cast: Marcel Mars, Ligia Marina
Year: 2016
Country: Brazil
Language: English
Color: Color
Runtime: 17min

Studio: Bulhogoria Productions

This is one of those film experiences that will not soon be forgotten. Once in a while a film comes along and makes you say to yourself: "What the fuck am I watching!?" In this case, Good Morning Carlos is one of those films! I mean this in the most loving and favorable way because this Brazilian short, packs a big punch, full of meaning and undertones and squeezes it all in its 17 minute runtime. Director Gurcius Gewdner also has a sequel short called Pazucus: Island of Vomit and Despair, which needs financial backing for post-production, release and distribution, as well as other projects in the works.

Gewdner is a wild artist and has been involved in practically all aspects of filmmaking in years past, collaborating on a number of cult/underground projects. The man has a talent and wild flair for over-the-top filmmaking styles and pushes the envelope to visual extremes. Born in the eighties, Gewdner is known in Brazil for his offbeat work as a director, editor, musician and visual artist. Gewdner has made a name for himself in the last 15 years, not only directing, but in partnerships with other artists and directors, such as performing producing and editing duties for Peter Baiestorf (Zombio 1 and 2) and Ivan Cardoso's filmography in the last 10 years.

Good Morning Carlos brings memories of the wild color scheme of the 80's splatter classic Street Trash, with a myriad of vivacious vomit schemes and palates that assemble art. Maybe we have a new form of expression; call it vomit art and you can make a game out of counting how many times Carlos vomits, or guessing all the different colors of puke. Involved with Bulhorgia Productions, who also do these amazing limited Brazilian horror/exploitation tees, check out Bulhorgia Productions on Facebook.

Marcel Mars really brings this short to life, playing both Carlos and his doctor who are in a conflict which involves something greater than Carlos wanting to "shit out his turd." Cinematographer Flavio C. Von Sperling also has a great hand in delivering the beautiful colorful backgrounds of the movie, which comes in extreme contrast with the excessive vomiting, but it works! The follow-up film Pazucus: Island of Vomit and Despair is supposed to explain what is going on with Carlos causing all this "innard" turmoil. I noticed during some of the screenings of
Good Morning Carlos, custom vomit bags were given to theater goers and Good Morning Carlos was an official selection at Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror Festival, among others. Contact Gurcius Gwedner on Facebook and support his incredible projects.


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