I'm Your Man ChoicePoint / DVD International 1998

When it was initially released, "I'm Your Man" was a bit of somewhat revolutionary filmmaking. Filmed in one week during 1992 for $200,000, it was shown in movie theaters outfitted with a prototype Interfilm System. This engineering feat combined video projection, laserdiscs and a computer to deliver frame accurate, on-the-fly response. Audience members chose how the plot progressed through buttons on their seats. Allowing viewers to choose which characters to follow and what to do, it's a bit of a "choose your own adventure" movie. Featuring Kevin Seal, Colleen Quinn and Mark Metcalf (Niedermeyer in "Animal House") star as Jack, Leslie and Richard, the three central characters between whom the viewer may choose to accompany. While the birth of the concept demonstrates tremendous inventiveness, unfortunately, the story of the film (with any of the characters) is less than compelling. The movie itself lasts only about 15-20 minutes, and the story is only mildly entertaining. The film follows Jack's attempts to meet a girl at a party, Leslie's attempts to meet up with a Agent to turn over information which would implicate her supervisor, Richard, and Richard's attempts to prevent her from doing so. The film offers many opportunities to choose to continue with each character as well as a few opportunities to tell the character to do one thing or another. At times the choices lead to somewhat disjointed segments, but the concept itself is fun and promises good things for the future as the concept is mixed with better overall product. The DVD is supplemented by Audio Commentary by the film's director, Bob Bejan, a 10 minute featurette on the film, a collection of outtakes, story boards for additional scenes which were going to be added.
DVD ISO Demo (provided by Meddle & upped by Scaryfun) 3.75GB

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