Drop an M and you don’t have the latest epic head scratcher from Terry Gilliam, BUT you do get a documentary featuring sword swallowing, fire-breathing, bull whip cracking & the burlesque arts. Now how’s that for a nice swift kick in the pants?
“Bros. Grim” documents Ken Harck’s 1920s era circus side show based on his life-long experience as a circus historian and collector.
“”The Bros. Grim is my version of crawling into a photo from Edward J. Kelty and living there. This show has been a lifetime in the making,” says Harck who is considered The world’s leading collector of vintage circus lithographs.
To see a preview of “Bros. Grim,” visit the Bros. Grim Sideshows website.
Posted on December 1, 2003 in News by Film Threat Staff
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