Joey Breaker is a fast-talking, ambitious, workaholic agent representing actors, screenwriters, and comedians for the New York firm of Morgan Creative. He is callous and intolerant, but ... See full summary »

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Joey Breaker
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Cyan Worthington
Fred Fondren ...
Alfred Moore
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Hip Hop Hank
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Jenny Chaser
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Wiley McCall
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Esther Trigliani
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Sid Kramer
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Larry Metz
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Karina Danzi
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Lester White
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Jeremy Brasher
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Randy Jeter
Sunday Theodore ...
Morissa Marker
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Dean Milford
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Joey Breaker is a fast-talking, ambitious, workaholic agent representing actors, screenwriters, and comedians for the New York firm of Morgan Creative. He is callous and intolerant, but when he unexpectedly falls in love, he begins to see that he has been missing much of what is important in life. His demeanor mellows and he learns to be more tolerant of others. Suddenly, he is faced with a difficult choice when his girlfriend graduates from nursing school and returns to Jamaica. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

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There's more to life than making a deal.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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5 March 1993 (USA)  »

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Directorial debut for independent producer and former agent Steven Starr. See more »

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Fascinating look at the life of a Hollywood agent who finds love in the most unlikely place from an unlikely woman
20 April 1999 | by (Deep in the Heart of Texas) – See all my reviews

Quirky, low-budget film that I first saw at a small film festival. Although the script sometimes descends to cliches, this film skillfully contrasts the sometimes-empty life of an agent with that of his clients, his friends, and his love interest. The "B" story line of Joey Breaker's involvement in a worthy cause was predictable, though well-handled. Worth a look if one's taste tends toward the offbeat. More mature than the film "Zebrahead" which also addressed interracial love and its challenges.


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