Paris Hilton's dear old ma Kathy got a bit of a shock when she finally got around to watching Adria Petty's documentary on the jetsetting Mother Teresa of Kigali, because the film contained extracts from legendary amateur grumble flick One Night in Paris. Mum was treated to a preview screening of Paris, Not France, ahead of its …
Would the BBC use such terms as Spam Javelin... Can you see it in Steve Backley's hand... hmmn on second thoughts....
Icon has to be the closest match I think....
Re: I can't believe they kept that part in there ....
What did she mean?
"who takes time out from her punishing schedule only to worry Rick Salomon's spam javelin."
Perils of fame
I was under the impression that Paris's art film was a cynical ploy to achieve fame for the hitherto un-noticeable heiress. Her family being already fully cognisant of her organ-tooting skills. This is one of the reasons why this film is just mugging-to-the-camera cheesecake, rather than full on hamburger shots. Maybe I'm a cynic.
Hilarious euphemism, hilarious. My new challenge is to get this into my next work meeting! Good work el Reg
If there were ever an occasion where the icon to the left were more apt, I haven't seen it.
@ Geeks and Lies
"Let's throw the Spam Javelin, and see which Hairy Clam it lands in..."
Hilton's mum enjoys ...
Methinks that was not so ...
The cynical view is most likely bang on. Certainly the several flicks have done her no harm.
Paris icon - 'cos I'd have liked to bang on her once in a while
Misleading title :-)
Am I the only one who had different expectations of the article contents? Yes?
Aww, disappointed (à la Kevin Kline in "A fish called Wanda")
Cheesecake, Hamburger, Clam and Spam.
Maybe Cream Pie for afters?
There was that time when Paris got poked in the eye by a big spiky question mark...
At anonymous Coward,
Should that be
"lets toss the Spam Javelin, and see which Hairy Clam it lands in"
Ha. Okay, _that_ was more apt.
But it's OK - she was wearing protective eye wear!
Surely doing her part to promote safety for the 2012 Olympics?!
I also find it gets very hard when I watch it.
Paris can worry my spam javelin anytime. In fact, she can positively agitate it.
As long as I don't get to stir someone else's fresh porridge, of course.
Oh, were you just eating some fish in white sauce? Sorry...
Tech icon 'coz the kids won't understand.
This makes me wonder
Just how many "us" there were in the "very hard for us to watch", whether the hard was hard enough to drive in nails, how many sought treatment for rug burns (floor rugs not the Donald Trump type) and how many points out of 10 they awarded Paris for her pitiful attempts at a Thai Throat Massage.
Or is this just a cynical attempt to con people other than the vacuous, vacuum headed type that think she is the greatest thing since cliced bread into watching a schlockumentary that has been approved by the Hilton family and therefore will only present the mindless bint in a positive light.
What will they fill the other 59 minutes of the time slot with (note the other minute included opening and closing titles)?
After reading these comments
I need a shower to get clean....
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