A Web designer suspects his new employer is selling more than just pictures over the Internet.

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Nicole Faries ...
Waitress
Billy Finnigan ...
Courier
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Owen
Marc Krinsky ...
Ryan
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James
Haley March ...
Halina
Molly Ray ...
Vanessa
John Richman ...
Bartender
William Spangler ...
Henry
Joseph Steiner ...
Man in Park
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Owen Sanders has found the perfect job. One that is high-paying, close to home and more importantly, a position that allows him to date his former boss's daughter. Soon afterwards, he discovers that his new job in Web design isn't that perfect. Owen begins to suspect that his new employer is selling more than just pictures over the Internet. Using his computer skills, he uncovers the secret embedded within the pixels and tries to stop his company's online auction from its damaging consequences. Written by Mark Kochanowicz

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A Web designer suspects his new employer is selling more than just pictures over the internet.

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2 October 2004 (USA)  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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Excellent Direction and Acting
21 October 2004 | by (Philadelphia, PA) – See all my reviews

This film was produced by the dazzling team of Mark Kochanowicz and Nisar Amin. It was a very creative endeavor they undertook and it is to their credit to see that the project looks so good. Mark, who was also the writer/director, put together a very interesting story about the shady side of web design. Under his direction, competent actors and actresses were able to flourish. Haley March was beautiful and talented. Actor Mark Krinsky was especially menacing as one of the villains. The lead actor, who also happened to be Mark Kochanowicz, was very convincing in his role. Anyone and everyone should make it a point to see Pixel Perfect.


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