Divorced from his wife and reality, deluded, eccentric Andrew applies a magical philosophy to his romantic life to become a successful lady's man, rise from his depression and achieve ... See full summary »

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Robert Dayton ...
Andrew
Cindy Wolfe ...
Sally
Steve Wood ...
Ian
Shane Nelken ...
Jay
Kim Cote ...
Lucy
Sarah Macaulay ...
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Angela
Stephen Hamm ...
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Himari Murayama ...
Corrina
Levon Culbertson ...
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Monica Chattaway ...
Monica
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Divorced from his wife and reality, deluded, eccentric Andrew applies a magical philosophy to his romantic life to become a successful lady's man, rise from his depression and achieve godhood. With the superhuman persistence of a door to door salesman, he tangles with obstacles thrown up by a resentful friend, his lingering feelings for his wife and the refusal of reality to co-operate with his plan. His determination brings him closer to his goals but fatal landmines are often hidden in fulfilled wishes... Written by Lyle Estevan

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I am a god. I create this reality.

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12 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Laugh out loud, cry inside
29 September 2004 | by (Edmonton, Alberta) – See all my reviews

This is a hilarious comedy about Andrew, a perpetual loser. Having separated from his wife months, maybe years ago, he is yet to conquer love. Until he has a revelation. That he, and we are all gods. We create this reality. The only thing stopping us from getting what we want--ourselves. So he repeats this to himself ("I am a god. I create this reality.") for a few hours as he follows woman around the city asking for a date, the time, maybe just some coffee.

Eventually he does score. With a low-esteemed woman named Lucy. At first it could be love at first site. We quickly realize after the deed has been done, that she was just a source of inspiration for Andrew's new found confidence. Now he really is a god, and any woman he wants is at his disposal.

You can guarantee to laugh at Andrew and his quirky friends. Hilarious it is, but there are character moments so pathetic, you can feel your heart churning. This is one of the best Canadian features this year, and possibly the best off the west coast.


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