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“Give Me Communism, or I’ll Give You Death”

Aiden Dillard’s fourth feature film, Death Print, has a hot-and-heavy narrative, and it’s not all due to Rubber Doll’s role: One scene shows her undercover donning a green Commie military uniform, made of rubber — naturally. In real life, Rubber Doll is South Florida’s very own fetish model with a soft spot for latex fetishism. In the flick, she’s Detective Rubber Doll. See, the story unfolds around Ted Vernon — and the trailer sets us up: “They murdered his daughter, they stole his painting, they tried to bring the communist revolution to Miami, and now Ted Vernon wants revenge.” Sure as hell, Ted’s determined to steal back his painting from those modern day communists who are trying to take over Miami. The film is quirky, an homage to Death Wish, a 1974 action/crime/drama hybrid about a man turned vigilante. But this flick’s set is Miami, and all the local characters are its stars. There are scenes of Miami tricksters, synchronized swimming and roller skating by the TM sisters, and music by Otto Von Schirach. Notorious Nastie shares his communist wit. Rubber Doll wears rubber. Movie starts this Saturday at 8 at the Colony Theatre (1040 Lincoln Rd., Miami), and tickets are $12. Call 305-674-1040, or visit ticketmaster.com.
Sat., Aug. 8, 8 p.m., 2009
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Mickie Centrone

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