|Reality Is What You Can Get Away With (1992) [Screenplay]|
by Robert Anton Wilson
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The Time: Several Aeons From Now.
The Place: An Archelogical Find At Bev-El (Beve-Hill? Beverly Hills!?!?!)
Scientists have dug up the remains of a movie made in the closing years of the 20th century. As it was seemingly designed to persuade, seduce or trick people in practicing the outlawed art of THINKING, all prints of this shocking work had been banned, seized and burned.
Except this one historic copy.
What is Humphrey Bogart doing in a movie with Popeye, George Bush and Elvis Presley. That's what the archaeologists of the future are trying to puzzle out. Now you, too, can inspect this outrageous cinematic fabrication set in a time very like our own -- execept that secual freedom has become a Constitutional right while the freedom to think
is prohibited. Here are images of our culture's absurdities, injustices, violence and desires, shot at you in a machine-gun like assault on youre senses and intellect. The result is hilarious, chilling and irrecocable mind-altering -- a left-brain/right-brain challenge...a consciousness-raising experience filled with laughter, rage -- and truth.
Original title: Reality Is What You Can Get Away With
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor