Ford Willamms and his L.A. real estate firm close business deals about daily. At night, the best salesman, Marco, and his room mate Will, Ford's clumsy son, try to score romantic deals. ... See full summary »

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Will Williams
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Marco Vincente
Michael Cambridge ...
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Bruce
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Ford Williams
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Ford Willamms and his L.A. real estate firm close business deals about daily. At night, the best salesman, Marco, and his room mate Will, Ford's clumsy son, try to score romantic deals. Loyalties are tested when Samantha dates both Ford and Will, without either realizing how 'incestuous' that is. Written by KGF Vissers

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Two hearts. One love.

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5 June 2010 (Belgium)  »

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Proof that there are treasures in low-budget-land.
4 January 2002 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Before you know it, you are sucked into this dramedy about a father and son who seemingly have very little in common but, unbeknownst to one another, have fallen for the same girl. Additionally, the supporting players, notably the girl's best friend/business partmer and the son's roommate, are particularly strong, however the big kudos here belong to Kelli Coleman and Michael Bergin for crafting the credible evolution of a modern love story. Kelli is as charming as she is beautiful on screen while Michael is endearing and natural. Mr. Altounian has a clear directing hand and uses his talents well here - his deftness with comedy shows through - some of the shooting/cutting is quite inspired, and though I will not mention anything to spoil it - my favorites include a basketball game scene and an hilarious supermarket scene with a midget and a motorcycle.


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