Vulgar is a 2000 comedy thriller film written and directed by Bryan Johnson, produced by Kevin Smith's View Askew Productions, and features multiple actors from the View Askewniverse (films sharing the same characters and location of New Jersey including Clerks, Clerks II, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma). The film is the tale of the mascot, "Vulgar", featured in the opening of Smith's debut Clerks. While starring many actors from View Askew Productions (such as Smith himself as a gay TV executive, Jason Mewes as a faulty gun dealer, director Bryan Johnson in a supporting role as Will's one and seemingly only friend, and Brian O'Halloran as the lead Will/Vulgar), it is Smith's first film not to be set in the View Askewniverse. Wikipedia
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