The Great Upside Down

The film opens up with a shot of two guys. Even though they're not doing much, there's something very odd about them. The camera pulls back and the picture rotates 180 degrees and the dialog begins. These two guys have been hung by their ankles in a warehouse. "Why?" You ask. Through their conversation and some Film Noir flashbacks, (and some very off the wall flashbacks) all is explained. Who would have thought to make a movie about two guys hanging from their ankles?.
The Great Upside Down. Along with fellow "hang-ee" Ethan Embry they unfold the story behind their situation, and reveal some insight as to what it might be like to be hung by the ankles in a warehouse. The film was produced by The Gutter Brothers and has been accepted into the New York Comedy Film Festival 2000.

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