The Extrusion of Crinkled Mayonnaise: A Documentary

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The consequences of mayonnaise-based logic can be devastating to society.

“It depends on how tightly wrapped short of a six pack stops a few floors, making a full deck.”

~ Pericles Montgomery-Ward on the making of "The Extrusion of Crinkled Mayonnaise: A Documentary"

This unremarkable documentary film was produced by Carl Brutananadilewski. A film that purports to document the documents that document this documentary, it was made on pretense and smugness, and packaged around the most interesting man alive. In the future, it is supposed that future documentarians may document these documented documents for future documentarians, documenting how not to make a documentary.

In the opening scene, the most interesting man alive is framed by bottles of Dos Equis beer. According to the New Yorker magazine, "the most interesting thing about the man who plays the Most Interesting Man in the World, in those TV ads for Dos Equis beer, is that he is interesting, too, perhaps even superlatively so". A disapproving voice-over in the style of Archduke Ferdinand, berating mayonnaise and the industry that caters to underground extrusion.

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