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Social Intercourse (1998)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 15 January 2000 (USA)
Todd, a cyber geek, is forced to a party by his friends in order to get over a long term relationship.

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Steve Taylor ...
Todd - The Loser (as S. Lee Taylor)
Marvin Schoenberg ...
Aaron - Todd's Friend
Susy Wright ...
Kat - Party Host (as Susan Wright)
Steve Grabowsky ...
Rick - Party Host
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Mary Ellen - Uptight Girl
Shay Morgan Brook ...
Brice - Horny Guy (as Shay Brook)
Hans Uder ...
Zig-Zag - German Dude
Jerry Heavener ...
Nelson - Video Cam Guy
Jerry Carol ...
Skye - Bald Guy with Tattoos
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Mike - The Husband
Julie Fitzgerald ...
Elise - The Wife
Daniela Balbontin ...
Jolene - Jailbait Girl
Gabrielle Galanter ...
Leigh Ann - Unsure Girl
Ashley Davis ...
Denise - Mary Ellen's Friend
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Brian - Gay Guy
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Todd, a cyber geek, is forced to a party by his friends in order to get over a long term relationship.

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A Guidebook for Dating In The 90s

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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15 January 2000 (USA)  »

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Black Label Soirée  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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When the actor who was cast to play the lead character of Todd dropped out before production began due to scheduling conflicts, writer-director Steve Taylor stepped in and played the part himself. See more »

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Written and performed by Fred Green
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Totally Real
5 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is a party movie... but unlike most party movies, this one is realistic. I've been to parties like this one and it was hilarious seeing "real life" played out so brilliantly on the screen. This is obviously a low budget movie but the writing is fresh and funny and the performances are dead-on perfect! This is a great movie!


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