Los Angeles-based writer, producer and director Michael Day recently released a new video or perhaps, more correctly, a mini-film, titled “Trixie,” portraying the trials and tribulations of a female worker. sex trying to shake up business amid the pandemic.
After graduating from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, where he studied film, Michael Day landed a job early on, working as a production assistant on warrior. Basically he started from the bottom. But by constantly learning and working diligently, arriving every day with an optimistic attitude, he got more and more work and greater responsibilities.
He cut his teeth as a director on The news tank, a sketch-based news show featuring former members of The Groundlings.
Michael’s most recent project is a female comedy about a woman who believes she is having a happy marriage. Then things take a turn for the worse when she suddenly finds out that her husband is cheating on her. As her world turns upside down, she tries to figure out who she is and where she is going. The project is currently in the casting phase.
Michael also wrote and produced the Netflix trilogy. Thug war. The trio of films, with their action-packed scenes and pithy dialogue, drew legions of viewers, surpassing Netflix’s most popular shows.
Before that he wrote and directed Sisters, a series broadcast on Amazon Prime. Sisters presents the ups and downs of two siblings, who cannot live together, but cannot live without each other.
In a recent interview, Michael said he would love to make an Arthur C. Clarke movie. Rendezvous with Rama, with its environment and its intrigue in deep space.
The “Trixie” video depicts John trying to hook up with a “working girl” for the evening. As he nervously begins negotiations for Trixie’s services, she immediately wants to know if he’s a cop. After pleading innocence, she says it’s $ 100, with $ 50 more for “weird shit.” Then he wants to know what she provides. BDSM? Slavery? Gagging? The Kentucky bus driver? The Chuck Norris? The list goes on and on.
Just as the negotiations come to an end, Trixie asks, “You’ve been tested, haven’t you?” He thinks she’s talking about STDs. Wrong. Trixie refers to the COVID tested. From there, things get even funnier as Trixie declaimed, “You think because I’m a whore I don’t care about my health?”
Not only is “Trixie” renowned for being hilarious, it reflects the realities of the “new normal” lifestyle – even for Johns.
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