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Flirting with Death (2003)

Flirting with Death is a story about how you never know where you're going to find love. Through a near death experience, Mort Alvinson has found it in the Angel of Death. Unfortunately, her job is to kill him.

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Nurse #1
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Trauma Doctor
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Doctor (as Michael E. Dempsey)
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Death
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Boss
Elizabeth Hutchinson ...
Linda
Jan Latussek ...
Death #4
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Death #7
Mel Lewis ...
Death #3
Jenifer Mack ...
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Death #5
Nicole Ortiz ...
Nurse #2
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Sam
Linda Reeves ...
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Richie Steiner ...
Death #2
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Flirting with Death is a story about how you never know where you're going to find love. Through a near death experience, Mort Alvinson has found it in the Angel of Death. Unfortunately, her job is to kill him.

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You never know where you will find love

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Comedy | Short

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27 July 2003 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Poorly written. Amateur Staff.
6 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The only really good thing about the film is the sound, that was very well done. but to bad nothing else match the standards.

The film does not have anything new to offer. Its a copy of everything else. A good example of bad directing, of things that should not do.

The concept is a cliché, but not only that, the execution is very poor. What a terrible piece of cinema. The script is terribly written. Full of clichés and ridiculous plot twists, and the acting is just our of this world bad.

Overacting hurt the movie, director had all elements and he could not resolve. Don't waste your time.


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