And so it is. We don't want to give the tale away, but suffice it to say that a sorely stopped-up cheerleader, spending a few days with her hunky potential beau in his fabulous mansion, finally makes an explosive #2 -- only to find that the toilet won't flush. Her efforts to transport the offending material to another location are the stuff gross-out movies are made of.
"I loved Something About Mary and Amer-ican Pie," says Lawley. "This kind of thing isn't taboo anymore. Girls still aren't supposed to talk about stuff like this, but my friends and I discuss bowel movements and things like that all the time. I'm thinking about doing a series. Everyone has a poop story."
The movie will be entered at Sundance, and she'll "do the whole festival circuit, if it warrants it." Lawley, who co-wrote the film with her producer friend Michele Abbott and posted the audio at Chris Bell Music & Sound Design -- the title song from A Chorus Line is indeed in there -- is a gross-out tenderfoot. The most outrageous thing she's directed previously is a Jill Sobule