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I was visiting my friend and I got to go to my first premiere. It was of "Spanish Fly". I also got to hear a Q & A with director Will Wallace (I recognize him as an actor from "I am Sam" and "Thin Red Line" and I got to see Anthony Hopkins also). He said they had 77 actors in this movie and that they shot the whole thing in one day after rehearsing 4 months. I don't know alot about making films but I can't believe this was done in 1 day! The movie was great....I was laughing the whole time.
The whole thing takes place in a bar in Los Angeles. These guys come in with a magical dust that makes people fall in love with each other. Each time you think you know what is going to happen, something totally surprising happens and you are left laughing again. I actually don't think I have ever laughed so many times in a movie since "Something About Mary" (actually one of the actors in this was in that one too).
I don't want to spoil it but DEFINITELY go see it.
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