Bumbling through the hours at his boring pet store job, gawky, shy Billy only has eyes for the store's most exotic creature, a six-foot snake. That is until the day a mesmerizing customer ... See full summary »

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Gwen
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Billy
Gary Zazulka ...
Nat
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Mom
Jeff Ware ...
Sam
James Yaker ...
Dick
Cheryl Brubaker ...
Sally
Jeremy Fonicello ...
Footballer
Brian Olton ...
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Michael Sargeant ...
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Trisha McNeil ...
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Bess Frelinghuysen ...
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Mindy Darby ...
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Justin Alam ...
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Bumbling through the hours at his boring pet store job, gawky, shy Billy only has eyes for the store's most exotic creature, a six-foot snake. That is until the day a mesmerizing customer impulsively buys Billy's slithery charge. An unlikely love triangle is formed as the three share a bus ride through suburban hell and survive to enjoy a moment of freedom. Written by Anonymous

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1 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Pretty good, but its ending didn't quite do it for me
26 February 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a short film from Amy Talkington and Lara Shapiro and it's about a rather meek young man who works in a pet shop who falls for a goth girl who comes in to buy a snake. Both characters were very interesting and I found myself liking them a lot. However, I really wish this had been expanded into a full-length film because at about 15 minutes, it was too short and there seemed to be a missing resolution. At the end, it just seemed to fizzle a bit as the snake slithered away from it's container. I really wanted the story to continue and to see what would happen next. Questions about the two (would they form a relationship or would he lose his job for just taking off?) filled my head and I would love to see this expanded. As it was, it was pretty good but not quite enough to make it exceptional--given more time, it easily could have been.


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