The antidote for your boring day (at least your boring day today) is this new trailer for Girl Walks Into a Bar which might seem like another sequel in the sequence of Sebastian Gutierrez’s Vagina Dialogues (aka Women in Trouble and Elektra Luxx), but even though a lot of the actors are the same, this one seems to take place in a new universe altogether.

This trailer is a hell of a lot of fun, which is why I love Gutierrez’s movies. They’re smart, wacky, ridiculous and heartfelt. Plus, there are multitudes of remarkably beautiful women in various states of undress showing off their acting chops like there’s no tomorrow. Write a strongly worded letter to Congress, because there just isn’t anything wrong with that.

Check out the trailer for yourself:

Danny. DeVito. Well done. Sufficiently sleazy.

So how can you see it? If you have zero dollars and the internet, all you have to do is tune into YouTube on March 11, 2011 for the flick. It’ll be at SXSW as well, but its distribution to the public at large is directly through the web channel you normally turn to for dogs running in their sleep and homeless people with radio-quality speaking voices, making it the first feature film ever made specifically for web distribution.

Pretty cool.

It’s unclear whether that means the black censor bars will be gone, though. Cross your fingers, because a round of naked ping pong is just not the same when its censored.

And, yes, that is Robert Forster.

What say you?


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