Indie-folk musician Adam Green has released a film shot entirely using an iPhone, starring a cast of friends and fellow musicians and actors.
The 70-minute long flick, titled ‘The Wrong Ferrari’, features the likes of Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin and English rocker Pete Doherty. It follows the ketamine-fuelled adventures of Green and his chums as they are transported to the magical world of Super Mario.
Green said: “I was on a lot of ketamine at the time. It’s really impossible to separate the ketamine from this movie. It's a ketamine classic.”
Explaining the use of an iPhone instead of a regular camera, he added: “Well I guess it started when I was on tour and had just gotten the iPhone that had the video camera.
“We were in Bologna, Italy, and we started shooting a silly kind of scene on a day off. I got an idea for a movie, so I started to write a scene a week and film it on tour.”
Green's previous cinematic contribution came in the form of a cover version of his Moldy Peaches track “Anyone Else But You” at the end of Juno.
If you’re looking to find out the effects of ketamine, or are just bored, The Wrong Ferrari can be watched in its entirety for free at http://www.thewrongferarri.com/