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Thank you CryFi for letting us know of the other name for the movie or I would have been looking for it forever.
Well, once again, I only have raves about Frank John Hughes! Richard Ruccolo was great too but I have a big soft spot for the very talented and dreamy Frank...
Instrumental to make this an outstanding film was the fact that the director let his actors play. He picked them perfectly. They were well suited for each other, great chemistry. Whatever those two guys got paid to do this film, very little I suspect, it was not enough. Anacardium was superbly acted. The control of the conversation went back and forth between the two characters; I loved them both, and never once got boring.
I really like to watch Frank, his face is always so expressive, he can go from a smile to a smirk in one move, and he never looks like he's acting. I bet he's great on stage. I loved his character study, a feisty little thing. And Frank, don't ever loose your accent, it's wonderful! Richard is more subtle yet still effective; he was perfect in his role, very non-threatening. He's also a very talented actor. Where did those two guys come from? I wish they were cast more often, in roles that showcase their acting skills like this film did.
My advice: go out of your way to see this movie. You will not regret it.
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