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Magnificent, Beautiful, Exciting, Funny & Dramatic. Just a few words to describe how great this movie really was. All the actors were superb, especially but not limited to Jonathan Jackson, Richard Jackson and Jack Betts. The fact that the director Meg Thayer in her directorial debut was able to give us such a blend of drama and comedy in a single camera film is amazing. She truly deserves to take a bow. She truly captured the lust of Hollywood producers and the pursuit of the story above all else. This movie would do well on the big screen and should be shown at every theater in the country. If it comes to a festival near you, take time out of your day to see it. It'll be well worth your time.
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