A half-sister and brother, illegitimate offsprings of Zeus, are stranded on a Channel Island ranch and face eviction by the US Government. They must find a play fated by Zeus and perform it... See full summary »

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Marie-Noel
Tony Griffin ...
Filmore West
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Allen
Brenda Varda ...
Hera
Eugene Rubenzer ...
Zeus
Blake Robertson ...
Monk
Golde Starger ...
Aunt Debbie
David Franco ...
Pan (as David Franko)
Eddie Zona ...
Hermes
Julienne Greer ...
Julienne
Mike Upton ...
Ranch Hand
Lili Barsha ...
Lisa Stark ...
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H. Tom
Regina Leeds ...
1st Tutor
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A half-sister and brother, illegitimate offsprings of Zeus, are stranded on a Channel Island ranch and face eviction by the US Government. They must find a play fated by Zeus and perform it flawlessly for the gods' amusement. If they do not act well, they will die. Shot over a period of 10 years "12" is 1 part L.A. love story, "The Importance of Being Earnest", a pagan spoof, personal diary of LA disasters of the 90's, and an unforgettable adventure about characters in search of themselves. Written by Anonymous

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The Greek Gods are alive and well and living in Los Angeles

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Comedy | Music

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27 June 2003 (USA)  »

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The actors aged during the production and the director used the aging process as a practical effect. See more »

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A real life Auter
14 June 2003 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

In a society full of people eager to pay $9.00 on a Friday night to see a film that has no more depth than the daily routine they live, the movie 12 is a nice break in tradition. We all know how few Auter's their really are in our studio, bottom-line driven, filmmaking system. Personally, I think Larry Bridges and his extremely committed cast and crew came up with an amazing film for such a low budget and stringent resources. The fact that Larry Bridges continues to believe in his film, though he has been turned down by distributors for years, shows what perserverance and faith he has in the story that he is telling. Not to mention the actors' unfailing commitment over at least a 12 year period. One real test to tell whether a film is worth something is whether you like it the second, third, fourth, or tenth time you have seen it. Not only do I like this film after seeing it for the third time, I enjoy it more each time I see it. I recommend this movie to anybody who appreciates the art of filmmaking. Not to mention, you can see it for free any Saturday night in a parking lot, on a wall, somewhere in L.A.. The experience alone is worth trying.


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