Harold the Plumber to feature locations across Mandurah

Mandurah will star in a new short film from local filmmaker Mark Regan that will tour some of the world’s biggest film festivals.

Harold the Plumber is a comedy drama about a self-confessed idiot plumber who drinks magical toilet water that makes him super smart, but when the concoction begins to make Harold sick, he must discover his inner talents.

The film features locations in Mandurah, including Make Place, MANPAC, Christ’s Church, Peel Thunder Headquarters, and a suburban home in Dawesville.

Mr. Reagan said he just had to get involved in one of his favorite scenes.

“There’s the scene where Harold gets sprayed by the magic toilet water, so I was the sacrificial crew member getting sprayed by the pump,” he said.

The cast and crew are mainly based on Peel, with a few Perth actors, and Mr Regan said they brought the script to life.

He also said he likes the idea of ​​exploring self-image and how to free ourselves from the forms we create for ourselves.

“I find it fascinating that we all experience life so differently, and our perception of the self is a unique and sometimes adverse experience that we have as humans,” he said.

“I thought the idea of ​​exploring that through comedy would make for an interesting film.”

Harold the Plumber will be edited in July 2021 and then navigate the global film festival circuit for 12 months before an online release date appears in August next year.

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