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I didn't see the finished product, because I was an extra in this piece of trash. Yes the director was nice, but didn't take NO for an answer. As in, "No, I don't want to be in this scene." I went there with a friend on the last day of shooting as moral support. The actors were, to say it in a nice way - catty. I could use another word they use in kennals...Everyone was so desperate to get a credit - this was lower than low budget. Being shoved by an actor AFTER the director told me to stand there was a bit much. She was acting like Jennifer Lopez but forgot to have a career first. The acting - CAMP at best. Straight to video wasn't it???
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