INCORRECT MAN is a satirical comedy about an average family man who becomes public enemy number one when he innocently commits a series of politically incorrect acts.
We have a three-pronged approach to funding including private investors,
traditional Hollywood funding, and this online campaign which is a reflection
of our desire to involve the audience in the filmmaking process. We need your
support to get this film made.
In exchange for your support we are
offering some smart, fun, exclusive, even once-in-a-lifetime perks that are intended
to create an interactive experience so you can share the movie making process
along with us. And that makes this a true win-win. After all, making movies is
a unique fun experience and we would like to share it with you! So choose your
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Your participation is not an equity investment and you will not receive ownership in the film.
INCORRECT MAN is a feature film about an ordinary family man named John Wood, who is sucked into a legal nightmare when he unwittingly violates his town's new Reclamation and Recycling Zero-Tolerance Act. With the town wanting to send a strong message, he receives a hefty fine. Outraged, he decides to fight back, but things quickly snowball out of control and he finds himself the most hated man in America and the target of multiple lawsuits - including one from his own dog. Finally, he is forced to seek the help of a street character known as The Sac who is legendary for his ability to manipulate the system. (more)
Movies have the power to make us laugh or cry, to anger or inspire us, to move
us, or just to provide escape. In the case of THE INCORRECT MAN, we intend to
make you laugh (okay, reflect a bit too - but mostly laugh!) about the often amusing,
occasionally head-scratching, sometimes maddening proliferation of political correctness
we all read about and experience every day.
Such as the story about
the seven-year-old girl in Oregon who had her lemonade stand shut down because
she didn't have a business license...or the school in Illinois that no longer
allows kids to bring their lunch from home...or the school in Seattle that agreed
to have an Easter egg hunt as long as the eggs were called Spring Spheres. Do
we need to point out the absurdity of calling Easter eggs Spring Spheres? And
what is more of an American rite of passage than a kid setting up a lemonade stand?
If we lose these traditions, we are in danger of losing the essence of who we
There is a great tradition in filmmaking of movies about one
man's effect on the culture - wonderful films like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,
Network, and Wag the Dog, to name just a few. We aim to add our film to the list
of those that entertain while engaging the public in current affairs. And you
have the opportunity to be a part of this film.
are pleased to share with you the following excerpt from the script, where John
first meets The Sac: