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30 May 2006 (USA) See more »
The fear of becoming 30, love, friendship: a writer's coming of age into his thirties. His world is filled with early morning beer drinking... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Joe Egender ... Conrad / Connie (as Joseph Egender)

Samuel Child ... Sean
Ari Zagaris ... Danny

Buffy Charlet ... Frankie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Alexander ... Marty the Party
Shana Barrett ... Lelia
Cody Carroll ... Steve
Corky Cornett ... The 80's guy

Catherine Frazier ... Mindy

Jonté LeGras ... Todd

Desiree Matthews ... Madison
Chad McGuirk ... Chad
Katina Mercadante ... Cindy (as Katina Faye Hubbard)
Jerry Moore ... Buchanon
Eddy Murillo ... Eddie
Peter Edward Mussad ... Keg Man

Tom Osborne ... 21 Birthday Boy (as Thomas Osborne)
Riley Plattner ... Market Boy

Danielle Reid ... Suzie
Johnny Smith ... Narrator

Perry Smith ... Martha the Machine

Anthony Spears ... Lamar
Mitzi Thompson ... Indiana
Silver Tree ... Tina

Directed by
Mitchell Altieri 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mitchell Altieri 

Produced by
Mitchell Altieri .... producer
Phil Flores .... producer
Kimbra Ohlinger .... executive producer
Original Music by
The Velvet Teen 
Cinematography by
Abe Levy 
Film Editing by
David Klagsbrun 
Robbie Proctor 
Production Design by
Phil Flores 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer McClelland 
Martha Sapiro 
Hannah Weiss 
Makeup Department
Keri Picolla .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Jajeh .... assistant director
Sound Department
William Storkson .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike R. Wright .... sound
Eli Yerbury .... sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Brett Rogstad .... assistant camera
Other crew
Danielle Reid .... production coordinator

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87 min
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References El mártir del Calvario (1952)See more »


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11 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Good independent but mislabeled on DVD art..., 29 May 2006
Author: SLVSteve from United States

Do not let the DVD art convince you it is another Lampoon title with no heart. The cast and overall story actually make for a great independent film that deserves better. As described on the case, it is a story about a man that finds himself truly evaluating his life as he turns 30 in suburbia. To make a long story short, the friendships and themes of the movie are very relevant and believable. And yes, the endless throngs of party scenes, a few naked women, and high school pranks add to the bigger theme of finding a way to be happy with the results of your decisions made in life.

A few of my customers have already set it back down on the shelf thinking it is another dumb party film with no substance, but I have actually been recommending it so now I am going to have to order more. Some people do not like any film with the main character narrating to the viewer while on-screen, but they actually pulled this one off well enough to where you believe the background people are not hearing it.

As to what I meant regarding the DVD art, I have always been frustrated when the DVDs I carry have different art than the actual film represents to try and make it sell...(the cheerleaders are not the ones in the film, the two gals wearing bras and pouring drinks on the back cover - never happens, the hot gal in the inside cover art is never in the film, and "unrated" doesn't mean you see anything more than a standard "R" film).

I think you will laugh quite a few times, hear some decent modern music, affirm the life lessons and pitfalls shown as being very real and the film can make one wish they had friends like that through their own life...and as always with some of these independents (the deleted scene cuts are dated) it shows how long it can take for some of these films to make it to distribution (over three years for this one). Very good ending and be sure to watch through all of the credits.

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