I saw this short at the Stony Brook Film Festival (July 2005, Long Island, NY) and loved it. (I bought multiple copies of the CD for friends!) It was funny, quirky, touching and a film that I think many single women over the age of 29 can relate to. The characters were hilarious, especially the woman who played Jacquie's mother. I had the pleasure of meeting the film makers (both Jacquie and Camille) who were so appreciative of the positive reaction their movie received from the SBFF audience. (As a matter of fact, the movie won "Audience Choice For Best Short" at the festival!) I can't wait until they turn it into a full-length Feature film! Good luck ladies!
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