The lifetime of Paul T. Goldman demanded a sequence not like some other.
Within the trailer for Paul T. Goldman, premiering Jan. 1 on Peacock, the unusual, twisty story of the titular protagonist involves life by the hands of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm director Jason Woliner—who has spent over a decade taking pictures the one-of-a-kind present.
“I am a daily man that obtained caught up in extraordinary circumstances,” Paul says within the trailer. “This story is as correct as it’s unbelievable. I could not make this up! It occurred to me.”
In 2009, Paul wrote a ebook and a screenplay concerning the weird dissolution of his marriage and, in flip, his mission to carry down an alleged worldwide crime ring.
Very regular stuff.
A couple of years later, he contacted Jason on Twitter and requested him for his assist in turning his screenplay into actuality. Jason, who calls Paul “essentially the most fascinating individual I’ve ever encountered,” finally agreed.