Memron

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Released 2004

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Memron

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Director:
Nancy Hower
Released:
2004
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Memron is a 2004 comedy film directed by Nancy Hower. This movie pokes fun at the consequences of corporate fraud and follows the lives of executives and employees after the fictitious company Memron goes bankrupt. After the company's failure, Memron's former CEO (Michael McShane) is found enjoying a carefree life inside a minimum security prison. He spends his days golfing and being catered to by the prison guards. However, his former employees are not finding life to be so easy. They are all struggling to find jobs and regularly attend a support group to help them improve their job hunting skills. In addition to their financial problems, most of the ex-employees also seem to suffer with some type of personality issue. Eventually, the employees unite and attempt to combine their blatant lack of job skills into a marketable business. They plan to sell "clean air" by bagging it and distributing it to the masses. Totally unaware of the absurdness of their product, the group hopes to strike it rich and surpass even the glory days of Memron.moreless

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Comedy

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Independent, Satire, Dark Comedy