Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The Wrong Guy

Apparently, a very simple, inconsequential case of mistaken identity is enough plot to fill a feature film.

Here's the story. In May of this year, a man named Guy Goma was interviewed on BBC News 24 by mistake. He was just there for a job interview, but mistaken for 'internet expert' Guy Kewney, he went on air. And that's it. That's the whole story. It doesn't suddenly turn into North by Northwest or A Comedy of Errors, it simply begins and ends with a little-seen, barely interesting interview on BBC News 24.

How long is this film going to be? Here's the original interview, courtesy of You Tube.

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