Over the Edge and Far Away
HOLLYWOOD – Movie makers are brimming with excitement over their latest movie release, an adaptation of Animal Farm called Over the Edge.’s
Aimed at young audiences,is guaranteeing that this will be the feel good movie of the year. “The country is tired of the same old theatrics,” said Viggo Tortellini, Studio Executive for Fox Pictures. “This film packs more of the good wholesome values people have come to expect from us.”
The film which stars government bureaucrat turned movie star,, is slated for release in theaters this fall.
The story centers on the life of an adorable pig named(played by Pelosi) who lives in a gated community of privileged swine, run by a kindly man named Bush (played by Richard Dreyfus). All seems well as day after day and her fellow pigs enjoy the good life, lying around all day feasting on the choicest food and drink.
That is, until intent on ridding the world of swine, thus solving the international bacon, ham, and sausage shortage. “Soon there will enough pork for everyone!” he says with a laugh.discovers the awful truth. After an evening stroll with an aardvark named Koffka (played by ) and singing a duet reminiscent of Aladin’s A Whole New World, Nan finds out that Bush is really an evil factory farmer
In a performance that would makeenvious, demands that Bush let her people go, and after smiting farmer Bush with all manner of plagues, finally succeeds in securing her fellow swine’s freedom. [SPOILER ALERT!] Following a protracted chase across dung infested pasture, mistakes the horizon for the promised land and leads the entire swine horde to charge headlong over a cliff into the sea.
The writers of the film are adamant that any resemblance characters in the movie have to real people or biblical characters and or stories is strictly coincidental.. “This movie has a political edge to it, sure, but we feel we stayed true to Orwell’s original vision of,” said Aiden Renownski co-writer of the film’s script. “We tried hard to make the movie as politically neutral as possible, while still remaining true to Orwell.