I mean, sure, there's a web site:
"The Singing Biologist is a musical about a young jazz singer's passionate investigation into the nature of love. While she prepares her biggest show for a famous theater, Rose begins to experiment with romantic tragedy. The theater management plots against her, and the lives and loves of her colleagues play to the insistent back beat of human nature. This unprecedented feature takes an intellectual twist, ambitiously wringing the boundaries of ethics, religion, biology and love into an inquisitive romance that puts flesh on the premise: it takes a rockiní scientist to sing a modern love song."
And the film is mentioned at Pigeon Penelope, which bills itself as "Place for Imani Coppola fans!"
But, um, I've never heard of it. Not a blessed thing.
Or the new cd:
Imani's new cd "Post Traumatic Pop Syndrome" is now avaliable for $12(shipping included) by writting [sic] to:
Post Traumatic Pop Syndrome Research Fund
345 Elder St. Apt #201
Brooklyn, NY 11237
And I'd swear I searched for info on her a few weeks back, when I bought her first cd, and nothing came up. Not the fan page, not the movie site, nada.
It's like I've slipped into some bizarre parallel universe, where the only noticeable difference is. . . Imani Coppola's career?
Update: Singing Biologist trailer in Real Media format, if you don't do that Quicktime thang.
But IMDB has nothing.
Ok, um, in this universe, on Star Trek, did Spock always have a beard, or just in the one episode?
And have the Cubs ever played the White Sox in the World Series?
I want to know just how freakish this place is. . .