Wednesday, February 27, 2008
My Left Mite and the Doorbell
Daniel Day-Lewis stars in this heart-rending story of a lonely, terrified Irish man, Fiochra O'Toole, who, after a car accident, is left with only one functioning cell in his body. Miraculously, he learns to use the chemical emissions of this cell in a complex code that he sends down a MIDI interface in order to control a bank of electronic keyboards and compose movie soundtracks. He moves to Hollywood and marries Jessica Simpson, but Tony Romo, in a fit of jealous rage, tears the mitochondrion out of Fiochra's one working cell and leaves him mute.
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