Parody Viral Videographer victimised by “Confessions Of a Superhero” film-director
Anyhow, I also see a reference to a Delbert Shoopman as connected to the documentary, but this time it’s a Mockumentary – something that Brian Smith and Miguel Drayton are no stranger to… He did a spoof of the Spurlock gig and called it Hooters Dude, but clearly states in his end-credits that the music came from “Confessions…” and the feature itself was based on same, take a look;-
Then last month, the director from that picture e-mailed the….
There are cases where you can go over the top like the same Caribbean-American Governor, most folk thought they were desperate for new material after Sarah Palin is now cold news. But for that case, it’s a matter of taste and not an accusation over copyright.making a new routine based on New York’s blind Now this may be a small blog from Barbados, but I do have global awareness – so my take on the whole situation is this… If Delbert is not allowed to spoof a movie of whatever nature then Leslie Nielsen, or the Wayans Bros, , David Letterman, Jay Leno, , , or whoever else are not allowed to conduct humourous assessments of other original products? Is it not said that “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery?“