A man who has everything, including a massive ego rediscovers the woman he had a crush on throughout his high school years. It's not until their date that he learns she is now blind.

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Hayden Adams ...
Steve Langston
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Amy Cooper
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Earl Cooper
Rhasaan Orange ...
Jarred Williams
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Laura Sanchez
Terry Holbrook ...
Jan Cooper
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Samantha Blake
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Marie Evans
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Howard Van Bommel
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Ryan Cooper
Kelly Dixon ...
Traci Lewis (as Kelly M. Dixon)
Bradley Rice ...
Derek Silverman
Suresh Gupta ...
Mohinder Curtain
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Taresa Dokey
Robert Gallenberger ...
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An over confident young executive with a matching ego thinks he's a know-it-all with the ladies until he's reunited with Amy; his former high school flame who is now blind. The encounter causes him to rethink his relationships with everyone from the women he dates to his father, whom he hasn't seen in several years. Written by Anonymous

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Who says you never get a second chance to make the right impression?

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Drama | Short

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17 October 2005 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Amy Cooper was the name of a girl writer/director Shane Stanley had grown up with as a kid and lost touch with. The name Steve Langston was a combination of two motocross champions Shane admired, Steve Lamson and Grant Langston. See more »

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In exterior, establishing shot of Beverly Hills restaurant, it is empty. When they go inside it is full. See more »

Quotes

Steve Langston: So, the last time I saw you, you were Homecoming Queen, dating Mr. Perfect, the Homecoming King - then - what happened?
Amie Cooper: It was five years ago, I was still dating Mr. Perfect - we went to the lake with some friends to celebrate Fourth of July weekend - you know, race boats, get drunk - act like a bunch of crazy people.
Steve Langston: Done that a to time or two.
Amie Cooper: We were sitting on the bank watching the fireworks. I remember, it was especially clear that night. The stars were out, Jimmy Buffet was playing on the...
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Referenced in The Making of 'A Sight for Sore Eyes' (2003) See more »

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They have my vote.
17 July 2003 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

I must admit, I hate shorts. But this one's an exception. A friend of mine screens content for a film festival here in Los Angeles and I was at his office when he put this one up and I (we) were truly impressed. The production quality, the cast of characters, the locations, sound, editing and direction was all top notch, (not a common thing in shorts). It's a very touching story that was well handled and I think this film will launch the careers of those involved to a whole new level, (being most of the names are unknowns). Gary Busey was a nice touch as well, a very different role for him - (he might want to do more films like this in the future).


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