With so many films focusing on lawyers, doctors, police officers, firemen, presidents and career criminals, it is amusing that perhaps The world's first one centering on a port-o-potty plumber is so full of simple wisdom and insight into The current state of western culture. This mockumentary is so believable, I would have thought it was true, had I not known better. The title character is an honest, humble, unambitious and gentle soul. In fact, he's downright saintlike: almost always turning The other cheek, unfailingly patient and cooperative, no matter how unreasonably or cruelly he is treated. While Kenny is a pleasure to watch and very funny, at The core of its big heart is a message for these avaricious, selfish, bullying times we live in about integrity, pride in one's craft, valuing human decency and striving to be The best person possible instead of always aiming to get ahead at all costs and only admiring The famous and materially successful. Kenny is a tribute to all The unsung heroes among us.
|8/10||lydaberger@ - 44 reviews|
14.4.2008 - age: 36-49
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