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The Fine Line Between Cute and Creepy (2002)

Two women have polar opposite reactions to strikingly similar male suitors.

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5 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Karen Grosso ...
Chloe
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Mary
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Morgan
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Taylor
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Girl in Parking Lot
Jeanette O'Connor ...
Chloe's Mom
Dani Thompson ...
Mary's Mom
Steve Short ...
Steve the Passerby
Anthony Rosselli ...
The Jailbird
Sidney Christian Washington ...
The Prison Guard
David Aronson ...
The Reverend
Kelly Dwyer ...
Mary's Friend
Jennifer Hampton ...
Chloe's Friend
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Maid of Honor
Stephen Zakman ...
Best Man
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Two women have polar opposite reactions to strikingly similar male suitors.

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It's all about perceptions...

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Comedy | Short

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16 December 2002 (USA)  »

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Come guardi le cose  »

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A print of the movie is permanently archived in the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. See more »

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Lonely Heart
by Good Brother Earl
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An Indie with mass appeal
30 December 2005 | by (Denver, CO USA) – See all my reviews

I tend to favor your typical bubble-gum pop and classic movies and had very little interest in INDI films. Those that I HAVE seen were either blatant political propaganda disguised as "art" or had such a narrowly focused target audience that I didn't empathize with the main characters.

This film, however shatters all those preconceived notions! The plight of a romantic man in this day and age is so perfectly laid out in this short foray into irony. I just wish it was available to purchase! I have a number of friends and family members who would get a kick out of the irony, the dry humor, the only-slightly-overplayed stereotyped characters. You're not a fly on the wall in a real scenario, but so very close that it forces you to ask questions of yourself.

This is an exemplary piece of film, and if you get the chance to catch it DO! If you have plans, then set your TIVO... it is completely worth it!


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