Bleach is a documentary by creator of the Simpsons, who looks a lot like his comic book character, Bart Simpson, and the film, which was directed by Christopher LaBerge, is set in the early days of the internet and includes scenes from the show.
The film also stars Will Arnett, John Cho, and Will Arnethys Bart, and was produced by LaBerger and his brother, Joel LaBergen, who also directed the first two episodes of The Walking Dead.
In the film the characters are also named Bart Simpson and his wife.
The documentary, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday, has been described as an exploration of a dark, twisted world.
It was directed in collaboration with the actor, and is due to be released on March 18, 2018.
The film follows Bart Simpson (John Cho), a comedian who is on the run from the FBI after a series of murders and murders of his colleagues.
He becomes the “villain” for his own crimes and soon becomes a target for the FBI’s new super-villain, the “Bartmobile,” which is described as a vehicle for the super-powered and the super dangerous.
Bart’s wife, Lisa (Will Arnett), is a police officer who has lost her husband, and tries to help him, but finds that the new police chief, Frank West (John Doman) is more interested in keeping his job than Bart’s safety.
The two start a relationship that is complicated by Bart’s secret identity, which he calls “The Mask”.
In the film we see Bart, who is a member of the FBI and also the masked “bartmobile”, on the loose, trying to stop the Mask from killing him.
He is joined by his best friend, the superhero Superboy, who has also been hiding in the sewers of New York City.
It is a team of superheroes, including Spider-Man, Black Cat, and Batman, who are attempting to stop Bart from using the mask to kill them.
The Mask, who believes himself to be a “god”, is trying to make Bart go mad by causing him to see a hallucination of himself as the masked god.