Six blind dates, one night and a lot of laughs!

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Petra Johnson ...
Melissa
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Miles
Lisa Gopman ...
Wendy
Todd Krolczyk ...
Waiter (as Todd Krolcyzk)
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Jennifer
Edward Dias ...
Jesus (as Eduardo Dias)
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Ann
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Alan
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Cameron
Avery Taylor ...
Conrad
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Susan
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Sam
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How many ways can an evening go wrong between two people getting to know each other? Six couples either on first dates or meeting in a bar sort out their feelings. One pair seems compatible, ordering similar food and finishing each other's sentences. A solitary guy works on his lines in front of a mirror before a colleague from work arrives at his flat for dinner. A woman two years out of college with two brothers and a sister starts a non-stop monologue befogging her date. A hungry woman waits for a man to return from the restroom, as she eyes both their dinners. Two silent strangers avoid eye contact next to each other at a bar. Does anyone have it right? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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You never get a second chance to make a good first impression!

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In the proper context, this is a pretty good little film
28 February 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This film features six couples on their first date--most of which go very poorly. Each date is shown in bits and pieces, so the film cuts back and forth between couples throughout the film.

Considering this was one of the first films that Sebastian Leda write or directed, I am willing to cut this short some slack. After all, these days most short films are made by beginners in the field--either as film school projects or in an attempt to get noticed and build a portfolio. Because of this, I don't expect the very best production values. In addition, I really think one of the IMDb reviews is unnecessarily harsh--even if the film was clichéd (I didn't really think so), giving an essentially well-made film a 2 seems unreasonable. That doesn't mean everyone needs to agree with me, but I think a film meriting a 2 must be horrible and this film is far from that. It's funny, interesting and worth a look.


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