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Afternoon Delight (2004)

A young woman sneaks into her boyfriend's apartment and prepares a suggestive treasure hunt for him. But when he returns home early from work, there are more surprises in store for each of them.

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Jason Stafford ...
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Kay, an offbeat young woman, breaks into her boyfriend Devon's apartment to lay clues for a suggestive treasure hunt. She strews articles of clothing, suggestive pictures of her with whipped cream, post-its with cheesy come ons and other love totems throughout his apartment. She leaves a video diary for him, to explain the things that she's too embarrassed to say in person. But when Devon returns from work earlier than Kay expected, more surprises await each of them. Written by Thom Harp

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He's stuck with her

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Comedy | Short | Romance

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25 September 2004 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Fun little flick with a great twist
28 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very fun little short film with nice touches. Actually is better the second time when you know the twist. Keep listening to the audio during the credits, as it has a couple of great little moments. The small touches are among the best things about Harp's work, and they are on full display here. The acting is quite good, and, again, gains in its perspective when you actually watch it a second time. I like the use of black and white here at it adds to the "surreal" effect of the whole thing. I'm normally pretty critical of short films as they often don't get the fact that they need to be all about setting up the major point of the thing, and tend to wander. Afernoon Delight is exactly what you're looking for--tightly directed, well scripted, with even the smallest touches aiming right on the target. Well done and worth a watch or three.


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