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Steve Guttenberg and Samantha Mathis have been added to the cast of the indie movie Affluenza, the first film from director Kevin Asch since Holy Rollers, his directorial debut which starred Jesse Eisenberg. Holy Rollers was nominated for the Grand Jury prize at Sundance and won Asch the Breakthrough Director Award at the 2010 Gotham Awards. Based on an original script by Antonio Macia, who also wrote Holy Rollers, Affluenza is a coming of age story inspired by The Great Gatsby, set in the upscale town of Great Neck, New York (Long Island) on the eve of the 2008 global

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