LOS ANGELES, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Do mind control techniques really work? On a budget of $6000, first-time filmmaker Lacy Burke produced a documentary that has shocked male viewers and angered female viewers. It seems impossible, but according to Burke, his documentary proves to audiences that the art of mind control is real.
The documentary "Car Date" follows Lacy Burke on a date with two porn stars, Charlie Laine and Victoria White. Through voiceovers and captioning, this documentary shows audiences what the women are really thinking as Burke uses mind control techniques and explains their effects. In this homage to The Game, Burke's documentary deconstructs the behavior of the two women, showing men how to interpret women's behavior to psychologically manipulate them and get what they want in the end.
On Twitter and Facebook, men are applauding this film and the ideas that it promotes. But feminist and women's rights organizations are not reacting to the film with the same excitement. The theory of mind control is nothing new. The military, advertising agencies, business executives and politicians all employ mind control techniques on a regular basis. The question arises, why has nobody before Burke openly suggested that men should use these same techniques on women?
The answer is simple. In the politically correct environment of modern day America, most filmmakers would not take the risk. Facing the product of the women's lib movement square in the face, Burke's documentary delves into the taboo. By suggesting that women's brains react instinctually to mind control techniques and by showing men how to use these tactics for the purpose of sex, Burke's film borders on the line between cult classic and blacklist.
However, the film is refreshing, funny, sincere and brave. It may be offensive to some, but this film speaks its truth without inhibition. This film brings women into a discussion that is usually had only among men. Even if you disagree with Burke, the film is spurring a discussion that is often suppressed - a discussion about sex and how to get it.
Director/Producer, "Car Date"
SOURCE Lacy Productions