Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust: Live From London

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Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust: Live From London

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Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust: Live From London, released in 2010, captures cutting-edge Australian stand-up comedian Jim Jefferies at his uncensored best. Directed by Tim Kirkby, Alcoholocaust (which is a word Jefferies uses to describe the aftermath of a wild drinking party that usually results in every available horizontal surface being covered in empty booze containers, spilled beverages, and a general sticky alcoholic residue) was filmed in July 2010 at the Lyric Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue, London, and is totally uncut. Jim Jefferies first achieved international popularity after he was attacked on stage while performing at the Manchester Comedy Store and he became known to American audiences after his first solo one hour HBO stand-up comedy special. Jefferies is a brutally honest successor to outrageous no-holds-barred comedic legends like Richard Pryor, Bill Hicks, and Lenny Bruce, and in Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust: Live From London, he riffs on everything from dumb people to religion to sex.
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