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Moon Palace (2000)

 |  Short  |  24 November 2002 (USA)
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Tyler is an aimless young man who applies to a job advertisment at a chinese restaurant, as a writer of fortune cookies. He listens to conversations in a discreet back room through hidden ... See full summary »

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Tyler is an aimless young man who applies to a job advertisment at a chinese restaurant, as a writer of fortune cookies. He listens to conversations in a discreet back room through hidden microphones, and makes the fortunes uniquely personal to attract the customers to return. Written by Indie Dude

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An original romantic comedy...
4 April 2002 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

A solid piece of work. The director definitely shows talent and potential through this short film. It humorously plays with our subconsciously preconceived notions that the restaurant business is a sort of "behind the scenes" affair. This film has its own interesting angle, and the direction is impressive in terms of letting the mystery and suspense unfold in a comedic way. Chad Donella is also very good as the likeable slacker-type protagonist. This is a pretty original romantic comedy (if that is a fair category), which is very hard to come by nowadays.


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