O'Berncia wrote:Michael O'Bernicia
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It has come to my attention because of the well-meaning honesty of a genuine supporter of The Great British Mortgage Swindle, that there is a need for certain clarification, as to the reason why the film has not yet been released, despite notices on this page and elsewhere that it would take place well before now.
In the most simplistic terms, for legal reasons beyond our control, after several months of unsuccessful attempts to solve the problems with logic and reasoning, we had no choice but to completely re-edit the entire film, which has taken the best part of the last six months to complete.
Whilst the film is still around 72 hours away from being mastered for the imminent cinematic release, after a private test screening in Newcastle last month, I received the following reviews by text message, from two notoriously opinionated intellectuals, both of whom are well-known for being hard to impress:
"Very inspiring, well-researched and meticulously accurate. What a mind-fucking legal labyrinth!"
Chris from North Shields.
"It was dramatic, powerful and compelling. A very moving experience."
Nick from Heaton.
These responses were typical of everybody else who attended the test screening, at the end of which we witnessed a spontaneous round of applause, despite the fact that the film was still incomplete and suffering from technical problems.
It is our genuine intention to use the release of the film to galvanise the grass-roots movement that arose in the summer of 2009, by gathering together people from all races, creeds and colours in cinemas across Britain, to experience an emotional roller-coaster of a film, which transcends every divide, for one unchallengable reason.
The film proves, beyond any reasonable doubt, that in excess of eleven million UK mortgages are illegal, fraudulent and void ab initio; and that the institutionalised violent enforcement of mortgage fraud by all the queen's men is tantamount to genocide under international law.
For those who wish to attend the first preview of the new version of the film at the Savoy Cinema in Nottingham next Saturday, please click on the link below to book your tickets.
Nick and Chris obviously know even less about mortgages and the law than Mickey O'Berncia and Micky O'Deria