Two potentially mainstream films from the USA brings us to day 13.

Drool is the directorial debut from experienced writer Nancy Kissam. It's the darkest comedy we've had at the festival, and judging by the howling laughter from a packed theatre, it translates well to the naughty British sense of humour. There's also a touch of surreality, not only coming from the farcical plot, but also the ethereal performance from Laura Harring (Mulholland Drive).

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