Review
"BOZONOVA gives the audience a new perspective on what clowns can mean to children – AND adults..."
Take2IndieReview | March 8, 2019
B O Z O N O V A

Written, Directed and Edited by Cris Graves, BOZONOVA is a bawdy comedy about a professional clown gigolo who sets out to exact his revenge on his former apprentice and nemesis.

This Award Winning short film, with Cinematography by Miles Rasmussen, opens up with a lesson on the word Coulrophilia – a sexual attraction to clowns.

The film takes that meaning and runs with it in this witty story about Joe (Joel Stoffer) who is in search of a replacement clown for his ‘business’.

The opening of the film sets its tone with a Western score (Alec Puro).¬† A vintage diner is where Joe meets Cash (Christopher Judge) – a good looking young man eager to be a clown.¬† He confirms to Joe that he loves ‘Moms’ – which makes him perfect for the job.

In a scene that celebrates true Western style movies – we meet Tommy (James Magedman) – and the showdown begins.

The kid’s birthday party is fabulous.¬† ¬†Strong performances between Mrs. Johnson (Adria Dawn) and Joe (Stoffer) – filled with Double Entendre¬† moments that work beautifully.

BOZONOVA gives the audience a new perspective on what clowns can mean to children РAND  adults.