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Two Lords (2002)

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It's all's well that ends well in this tale of one enigmatic director's struggle to adapt Shakespeare for the pseudo-intellectual shock generation.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Karl Moore ...
Puppeteer 1
Lance Crayon ...
The Director
Farrah DeRossi ...
Puppetteer #2
Billy Tears ...
Puppeteer 2
Earl Harvin ...
Assistant Director
Kenneth M. Smith Jr. ...
The Producer
Erika Henke ...
The Script Girl
Patrick Sellars ...
Duece
Scott Nuemann ...
The Boom Guy
Drew Hooper ...
The Grip
Jenny Magan ...
The Assistant
Richard Escobedo ...
The Electrician
Amy Smith ...
The Line Producer
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It's all's well that ends well in this tale of one enigmatic director's struggle to adapt Shakespeare for the pseudo-intellectual shock generation.

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Short | Comedy

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15 November 2002 (USA)  »

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$2,500 (estimated)
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(Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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its a little gem
3 January 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

a film director is trying to get the most out of his actors in putting together an epic version of a Shakespearian masterpiece.. the crew in Dallas put together a funny short that will surprise you.. with a great amount of irony they explore the inner workings of the everyday film set as it probably appears all over the world.. good job!.. there is always a risk that the acting in a short becomes too flamboyant.. not in this one however since Mr tears did a great job in working with the inexperienced actors who all play roles that they would have on a real film set.. I'm looking forward to what they will come up with next.. great things are on the horizon for all of them


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