This year as part of its promotions, the Toronto Jewish Film Festival is proving what has a good sense of humor it has, with a little help from American adult film actor Ron Jeremy.
The film industry is a tough one and 'From the Desk of Ron Jeremy' is a plea to the TJFF, asking the festival to reconsider his submissions like 'The Rod Father' or 'Woodfellas.' Even as a producer, director, expert film connoisseur, Jew and star of over 2,000 adult films, it seems that the Toronto Jewish Film Festival is giving him absolutely no special treatment. The black and white coloring and tone of the whole video is quite heartfelt and serious, which is what makes the adult themes that much more comical.
Ron Jeremy Sends Out a Plea to the Toronto Jewish Film Festival
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