The Final Member
"Hello, my name is Tom Mitchell. I'm an American."
Tall and unassuming, the California man who speaks has cloudy blue eyes and a stoic, almost monotone voice. His jeans, cowboy boots and a Stetson are only a small part of what typifies him as the certain kind of man, and although he doesn't talk about his political affiliation, he does use terms like, "my cold, dead corpse."
"And I have decided to donate my penis to the only penis museum in the world, the Iceland Phallological Museum. I felt ever since I was a kid, that when the time came, I didn't want my penis to go to waste when I die. And when I came across the Iceland Phallological Museum, it seemed like the ideal solution to a lifelong dream."
An organ of great size and girth, Tom calls his penis "Elmo" and swears his member claimed the name long before "any Muppet." And Iceland seems to be a country that is discretionary about their penises. (Did you know there is a legal penis length in the Republic? Under a certain size, a woman has the right to divorce her husband on grounds of sexual dissatisfaction.)
Tom has agreed to donate his penis to Sigurour "Siggi" Hjartarson who wants for nothing more than a human penis to finally complete his astounding collection of painstakingly preserved mammalian genitalia. There's just one problem: A native Icelander and an older man, the once infamous adventurer and notorious Don Juan Pall Arason, is also willing to contribute -- anything to further his libidinous legacy.
This just won't do for the American, so he ups his ante. He will bequeath both his penis and testicles while he's still alive. But leaving an endowment such as this comes with "a red, white and blue" price.
Jonah Bekhor and Zach Math's debut feature documentary, "The Final Member," is more than just captivating storytelling: It is a thought-provoking examination of self-worth in the male psyche and the true gratification a man receives from his member.
This Blu-ray and Digital HD edition comes complete with the an 8-page booklet, a digital "Tour of the Phallological Museum," and your very own blank contract, so that you too may bequest your own gift to the assemblage.