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The Whirlpool (2003)

A young Bostonian film maker gets a taste of L.A. Life.

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Seth McClellan ...
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Clif Alvey ...
Walter
Revital Krawetz ...
Walter's Wife
Malachi Melville ...
Yoga Woman
Robert LaCroix ...
Delivery Guy #1
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Trekkie Delivery Guy #2
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Joe Tadlock ...
Auctioneer
Joe Nader ...
Suspicious Neighbor
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Angry Driver
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A young Bostonian film maker gets a taste of L.A. Life.

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Greenie: There's no refrigerator.
The Rental Agent: That's the way it is in L.A. The renter provides their own.
Greenie: There's a stove... a dishwasher... a garbage disposal... there's even a trash compactor!... But there's no refrigerator?... Do you know how f*cked up that is?
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The problem with L.A. is.......
31 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

....among other things, there are no refrigerators! When you go out there and move into a house or even an apartment, there will not be a refrigerator in the place! Holy $hit! It's true. And this movie proves it! I laughed my ass off because it's true. "There's a dishwasher, a garbage disposal, there's even a trash compactor. But there's no refrigerator?" From the problem of moving in to a place with no refrigerator, paying first last and deposit. Then dealing with the used refrigerator salesman. Then the crazy delivery guys. Picture Laurel and Hardy's piano delivery scene but with a refrigerator. Then the gang bangers ripping it off. Nothing is sacred in this movie. They make fun of dog walkers, and yoga instructors, and trekkies too. And everyone in town wants to be in the movies. The writers and the filmmaker definitely hit the nail on the head. It was exactly like I experienced LA. That's why I moved back to New York.


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