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Supposedly based on a true story this can be enjoyed with little or no knowledge of the characters and TV shows involved - indeed I had never heard of Barris even if I was aware of what UK TV calls Blind Date.
I don't know if it makes it a better or worse film for supposedly being true - I enjoyed it even with me treating it like a work of fiction more than anything else. As it gets darker it begins to lose it's grip and become slightly less entertaining but strangely more watchable. While Barris and Byrd are good characters, some aren't as well used and you get the impression that the script wishes they weren't involved at all, certainly Penny and Patricia were a little confused and what was hinted at was never revealed in terms of who they were.
Although I missed this at the cinema, I was keen to get this film when it came out on DVD and wasn't disappointed by the film.
The tone from the start is darkly comic, becoming increasingly dark and decreasingly comic as it goes along.
When his show ideas get picked up by the network he continues to kill, using his job as a producer as cover.
"Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" is the story of a legendary showman's double life - television producer by day, CIA assassin by night. Russell was offered the film to direct but turned it down, deciding "that it was just not about anything but a guy who liked to fuck girls and say that he shot people in the head".