You don't strike me as the type of bloke who would hit a priest. Though when I was flicking through your Confessions file with the lads in the pub last night, I noted some worrying trends, especially during the quiz season. I've arranged with Ryanair to send you on a pilgrimage. Six weeks in St Patrick's Purgatory in the Northern Reeks on black tae and hard soda bread should do your megalomania a power of good. I will also uprate your penance status from amber to red and carry an iron bar as well as my usual packet of Gipsy Creams whenever I pop into your gaff for a cup of tea.
Post by Aspiring Film Director on Nov 17, 2019 0:45:15 GMT
I read Mobo's synopsis with interest and would like to start work on a film sequel to the 1962 classic. I need volunteers to play the deranged, whisky-riddled Father Megson, fantasising about resurrecting his youthful career as a singing Bible Salesman with a disturbing tendency to drool over little girl's dollies and someone for the role of the degenerate Mobo, the 85 year old former matinee idol who still fantasises about attracting women of dubious character by employing such distasteful practices as wearing spandex leggings.
Volunteers must be willing to indulge in heart-rending emotional scenes accompanied by lots of graphic violence and thick layers of hideous makeup. A working knowledge of Irish geography will probably come in handy too.
Auditions will be held in the disused cubicle in the Gent's Toilets at the White Swan in Ladybarn a week from now. Please indicate any interest in taking part by replying here.
My dear fellow my best years may be behind me (more so since my failed butt lift) but need I remind you that of my e mail from Fuji systems guaranteeing me the attentions of 218 luscious lovelies from Stockport so there should be no problem with the fantasy sequences. As for Megson I feel he has been hopelessly bitter since his failure to land the role of the Whisky Priest in the remake of The Power and The Glory. I, too, felt he had all the attributes necessary for success.