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What could possibly be the worst part about breaking into Hollywood? The long hours, the stressful auditions, the tiny checks, the constant competition, the lack of support? How about all of that stuff, coupled with a very unexpected revelation about your far more successful partner?
Such is the problem at the heart of Tom Gould and John Serpe’s “The Happys,” which stars Amanda Bauer (“The Myth of the American Sleepover”) as a sunny Midwesterner looking to make it big in the entertainment industry, an already pie-in-the-sky plan made all the worse by the realization that her “movie star” boyfriend is just not that into her. (Or, to be more specific, just not into any women.)
As Bauer’s Tracy tries to come to terms with her turned-topside life, she finds friendship and hope in »
- Kate Erbland
The Happys screens Saturday, Nov. 12 at 7:00pm and Sunday, Nov. 13 at 3:30pm. Both screenings at at The Hi-Pointe Backlot. Director John Serpe, actress Amanda Bauer, and actor/producer Will Bethencourt will all be in attendance. Ticket information for the Nov. 12th show can be found Here. Ticket information for the Nov. 13th show can be found Here.
When 21-year-old Tracy (Amanda Bauer) walks in on boyfriend Mark (Jack DePew), a newly minted movie star, having sex with a man, she immediately decides to leave him. But after assessing her limited options, Tracy returns with a deal: If he agrees to marry her, she’ll forget the incident ever happened. Mark accepts her terms, but neither of them fully understands the sacrifices that both will have to make. As their relationship deteriorates, Tracy manages to compensate for the troubles in her marriage by befriending the quirky residents of her »
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