|"At night when the mask is off I look at myself. I may make the world think I'm happy but I can't hide the truth"|
Which brings us to the garbage movie in question. Unfortunately Mervo is merely a supporting character in an otherwise tiresome exercise in blandness. He is a wild card in a lamer story about Jill, who returns home from college and finds her parents missing and her home vandalized. The cops are typically unhelpful. Her ex-boyfriend Gary consoles her and assists her in her search for answers but his motives can't be trusted. Mervo is Gary's quirky brother who has dressed like a clown ever since the death of his own parents. Every scene that he appears in is captivating and every scene without him is a painful waste of time.
You can view the whole movie here but I would rather you watch the first 50 awesomely clownish seconds (five times in a row) and then move on with your life.