"Vic" chronicles a few days in the life of Vic Reeves, a down-on-his-luck Los Angeles actor in his seventies. Haunted by memories of his former glory days in Hollywood, his dreams of ... See full summary »

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Charlie
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"Vic" chronicles a few days in the life of Vic Reeves, a down-on-his-luck Los Angeles actor in his seventies. Haunted by memories of his former glory days in Hollywood, his dreams of returning to the limelight are revived by a late night telephone call that holds the promise of a major new role. Written by MRG

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Hollywood's Forgotten Vic Reeves ... You Never Will

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Final film of Miriam Byrd-Nethery. See more »

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Thumbs up!!!
19 February 2006 | by (www.abelkorzeniowski.com) – See all my reviews

Thumbs up!!! Simply a good movie, not just a good short.

The director Sage Stallone did an outstanding job, building fragile plot of emotions and suspense, drama and humor, in a tale of a man who, once famous, tasted the bitter truth about unsteadiness of human fascination and memory.

With a story of this kind, this could easily become a very long 30 minutes for the audience. It definitely is not the case. The acting of Clu Gulager is superb, vivid and deeply moving. Up to the point, that I felt puzzled, knowing that it wasn't a documentary. This picture is a potential winner of indie film festivals and I can only hope that the director will present us with a feature very soon.


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