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dot.CON (2000)

Back Spot Turn (original title)
| Comedy, Drama
Alex Starbuck has it all... a high paying job, a beautiful home, and a wardrobe that any woman would die for. But there's a glitch in her portable, hard-driven life. While her job is ... See full summary »

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Grame Steward
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Alex Starbuck
Debra Pralle ...
Emily Madigan
Mark Byrnes ...
Mark Meadows
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bruce Bagby ...
Dance Instructor
Ken Ballenger ...
Alan Splendor
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Lawyer #1
Daniel Grossbard ...
Peter
Michael E. Hatcher ...
Marion
Zach Hoffman ...
Man at Bar
Avalon Lanz ...
Kasey
J.C. McClure ...
Cindy
Mari Nelson ...
Natalie Doer
Cristiaana Sabella ...
Receptionist
Wantland Sandel ...
Farmer
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Alex Starbuck has it all... a high paying job, a beautiful home, and a wardrobe that any woman would die for. But there's a glitch in her portable, hard-driven life. While her job is stressful, the only physical release she receives from her hi-tech husband Mark are numerous emails. Things become hilariously complicated when Alex has a romantic encounter with Graeme, a start-up CEO who may or may not give Mark a top position at privy-track.com. With her soul recently stirred by the Battle in Seattle, and a 6.8 quake, Alex must now confront her discontent and improvise a plan to change her life...quickly. Written by Ken Cashman

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Love and War in a dot-com world!

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Comedy | Drama

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Practice makes perfect.
2 March 2002 | by (Columbus, Ohio) – See all my reviews

This is the type of film that show that the film makers care about their work. It is one that will allow them to gain experience and practice in making high quality productions. This in turn will lead to that one film that will put them in the big leagues. Practice makes perfect. As for the actual actors, they need to relax and try to be a little more believable. It seems that they were over acting too much, like this film was going to get them their big break. Over all, the story was decent, a little slow in developing, but decent none-the-less. The actual film was a good production quality. It is a must see film for any young film maker that wants to see what a first production should look like.


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