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For all those times you were at an art exhibit wondering just how hard it would be to steal that "priceless ugly thing". Or how easy... Introducing Stella, Alex and John: three honors ... See full summary »



, (story ideas) (as Dominika Wolski)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Stella Anderson (as Dominika Wolski)
Martin Christopher ...
Alex Delaney
John Baker
Verity Phillips
Nathaniel Ipswitch
Hayden Baptiste ...
Dan Spencer
Kenneth G. McIntyre ...
Max (as Ken McIntyre)
Juan the Janitor
Gareth Shaw ...
Karl Malone
Kerry Morrison ...
James Worthy
Jessica Andrew
Klaus the Bartender
Additional Cast
Jorah Porteous ...
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For all those times you were at an art exhibit wondering just how hard it would be to steal that "priceless ugly thing". Or how easy... Introducing Stella, Alex and John: three honors students with a taste for anti-establishment pranks and the skill level to execute them seamlessley. Crammed with all that accessible knowledge and the competitive spirit of youth, they decide to tamper with the eccentric egos of the art world. With the help of a friend skilled in replication, they decide to relieve a museum of a prized scultpure. At first, the plan is to replace the statue with an exact replica but Stella can't resist throwing in an unexpected variation. Of course it would've helped if she'd told Alex and John about it. Written by Dominika Wolski

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Steal the moment.


Crime | Short | Adventure



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Release Date:

25 November 2003 (Canada)  »


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CAD 10,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Stella Anderson: We're stealing a fat dude?
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Crazy Credits

All names, characters and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No wait. Dan Spencer is not fictitious. He is an Irish windsurfing friend of mine from Maui. No identification with actual persons or events (other than Dan) are intended. See more »


Deep End
By Swollen Members
Produced by Seanski
Courtesy of Battleaxe Records
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Awesome piece of work! This should be on the big screen..
27 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

I ordered a dvd after visiting the home page and checking out the trailer. After watching it today, I'm amazed that this hasn't got a distributor - the quality of the film (with a first time director)is unprecedented, especially considering the format. The actors do a great job with some really new kinds of thief characters. I like the guy who plays Dan but also the chemistry between the two leads is really cool because it reminds me of people I know in college. The ones that always talk about this stuff at parties and you wouldn't be surprised if they actually went off and did it. I'd like to see what they do with a feature length version to show more of that part because the one thing that is a little obvious is that this is a shortened script. When you watch the film and then the behind the scenes, you'll see why I got the feeling this should be on the big screen. There's lots of cool angles and cool transitions (and some really funny one-liners) that make it feel like it never stops moving. (Plus, it comes in a really nice tin with some cool graphics on it.)

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