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Eric M. Wolfson
Jeffrey Vincent Parise,
I was lucky to recently catch an industry screening of this movie and I was
impressed. In fact it has really stayed with me for days. I found myself thinking about how truly depressing this business is, and how the plight of an actor can be torturous. I talked about this film all weekend and how it had such an impact on me.
I can't say good impact, because the subject matter was so disturbing and close to home, it really left me questioning my own career as an actor. Which is a sign of good film making.
This film left me thinking, and asking questions which is what
good film making is all about. I think it's an important film to screen
around LA, so industry people have more of a clue of what we as actors go
through. The acting and writing were great, I think the lead was outstanding, and found the whole film to be very entertaining and disturbing.
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