In the upcoming comedy, “Park Dentology,” the title is a reference to a movie about dentists.
The movie, written and directed by Ben Wheatley and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, follows a young dentist who works at a dentist office and has a crush on the female patient who works there.
Wheatley told Entertainment Weekly in February that the title refers to “the idea that we all have a love affair with the dentist.”
The film is based on Wheatley’s book of the same name, which he says is based “on the real thing, the real life experience.”
The book is a memoir of his time as a dentist in the 1970s.
The book’s title comes from the phrase “Parked” which means “parked car.”
It’s a common phrase used in the medical profession, and Wheatley said the movie’s title is “a reference to the fact that the person that is being treated in the movie has no idea what they’re getting into.”
Wheatley has said that he hopes the film will be a “big hit” in theaters, which are expected to open on May 1.
He added that the movie will not have any overt references to racism.
“It’s not a racist movie.
It’s just a fun comedy,” he said.