Adam Green Unveils Twisted New Film

 

Watch it online
right now.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

The Wrong Ferarri is the first feature-length film starring, directed and written by
singer/songwriter Adam Green,
ex-Moldy Peaches. Shot entirely with the video camera in his iPhone, The
Wrong Ferarri
is unlike any film you’ve ever seen — a 70 minute piece of
work that boldly straddles the line between screwball tragedy, surrealist
comedy, and performance art.

 

In addition to Green, The Wrong Ferarri features the
talents of Macaulay Culkin, Devendra Banhart, Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development)
Dev Hynes (Lightspeed Champion),
Har Mar Superstar, Jack Dishel (Only Son, Moldy Peaches),
BP Fallon, Cory Kennedy, Aleksa Palladino
(Exitmusic, Boardwalk Empire),  members of the band Spacecamp, Adam Green’s mother, vocal work from Evan Dando (The Lemonheads) and more.  

 

The Wrong Ferarri is available to stream and download
for free from The Wrong Ferarri.com.

 

Shot over 8 months in 2010 and 2011, The Wrong Ferarri took Green across the globe, from Brooklyn to Prague
to Venice and
back again.  Centered around the possibly fictional character of Greenster
– portrayed by Adam Green – The Wrong Ferarri is a fast-paced rumination
on ketamine, romantic dysfunction, turning 30, having a pet/being a pet, and
the parallel universe created by touring in a band.  The film’s script,
which was written on index cards and handed out to the cast each morning before
filming, reads a bit like the lyrics to one of Green’s songs, quick-witted,
surreal, unflinchingly honest and hilariously poetic as only Green can
be.  

 

With seven solo albums and one art show of original
paintings and sculptures under his belt, Green has become one of independent
culture’s most consistently original and impressive voices.  As one half
of New York City’s much-loved folk duo The
Moldy Peaches, Green has been the recipient of widespread international
acclaim; the twosome’s duet “Anyone Else But You” was not only featured
prominently in the Oscar-nominated film Juno, but propelled the film’s
soundtrack to platinum certification.  The Wrong Ferarri is another
amazing feather in Green’s considerably full creative cap.

 

 

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