What it starts as is a scene of a woman walking through a dense wood. Something joins her, rushing through the trees, the brush. What it turns into is an R 'n B ballad dedicated to the way that Sasquatch fills her... heart.
This is a fun comedy, a REALLY fun comedy, and I'm not just saying that because I'm a BIG fan of Bigfoot (and really, the Patterson-Gimlin film should be on the National Film Registry) and have visited the Bigfoot Museum in Felton several times! It's not only because it's a great Bigfoot short, but the job is done so perfectly. The Sasquatch outfit is well done (and unlike a lot of them these days, allows for full dancing movement, ie. Beyonce moves) and the send-up of the love song is flat out dope. Really smart, and perfectly pitched to the concept.
In all, Bigfoot's Love Slave is a brilliant send-up, and moreso, it's an infectuous song!
You can see Bigfoot's Love Slave by director Heather Tom as a part of Shorts Program 7 - Something Funny on SAT 3/3 at 11:15AM at the Hammer Theatre in Downtown San Jose, on SAT 3/3 at 9:30PM in Redwood City, on SUN 3/4 at 8:30PM at the Hammer theare and SAT 3/10 at 7:50PM in Redwood City, and SUN 3/11 and 10:15AM at the Hammer