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Solo (I) (2004)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  24 March 2004 (USA)
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Roy seeks a partner with whom to play air-hockey; a rooftop bucket of water may provide an answer....

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Roy seeks a partner with whom to play air-hockey; a rooftop bucket of water may provide an answer....

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17 August 2004 | by (Phoenix, AZ) – See all my reviews

This is a short,that became a music video, actually, about a guy named Roy playing air hockey with himself on a roof top in Los Angeles (I assume); as most know, air hockey is more fun when played with an actual opponent, so Roy tosses a bucket of water over the roof, in hopes of soaking up an opponent from down below. Not surprisingly, a very wet yuppie-looking chappie appears, and he would rather throttle Roy than play air hockey with him. The two principals in the video acquit themselves very well. The yuppie guy, played by Jason Cole, is very effective at showing his ire over being drenched by Roy, who is delightfully played by Geoffrey Gould, in a performance that brings to mind Harpo Marx. Very nicely done, indeed.


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