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Dot (2002)

 -  Comedy  -  24 December 2002 (USA)
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A comedy that follows nine months in the life of Zectek.com, an Internet startup company. A social satire and sly comedy of manners unfolds through "behind-the-scenes footage" of day-to-day... See full summary »

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A comedy that follows nine months in the life of Zectek.com, an Internet startup company. A social satire and sly comedy of manners unfolds through "behind-the-scenes footage" of day-to-day life and interviews with the company's founders and employees about their personal and professional dramas. Written by Anonymous

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21 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A great movie in the spirit of Waiting of Gufman or Best in Show. If you worked in or near the net during the boom, this is a must see, but even more than that, if you are currently involved in ANY way with computers or IT, this could be considered a training film. The guy who plays the IT director of this imaginary start up is brilliant and really hits the nail on the head poking fun at both IT types, and the position that IT guys are put in by insane marketing and sales people. The commentary tracks on the DVD explain that much of the movie was improvised. Almost impossible to tell that it was done with so little money.

Spinal Tap for the Dot.com era! This will be a classic.


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