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Fellowship of the Dice (2005)

| Comedy, Drama | 2005 (USA)
A mockumentary about a night in the life of a group of role playing gamers.

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Elizabeth
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Eric M. Aldrich ...
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Jack Allen ...
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Jean Avaritt ...
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Laura Beyermurnu ...
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Alasdair Burton ...
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Dana Campbell ...
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Pizza Delivery Boy
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Officer Banus
Caroline R. Cath ...
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Michael Cirrincione ...
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Jeff Coatney ...
Jasper
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Larry
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A mockumentary about a night in the life of a group of role playing gamers.

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Life's a game. Roll with it.

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Comedy | Drama

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Jasper: It's like giving a frog a nuclear weapon...
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Very Funny
29 April 2007 | by (Belfast) – See all my reviews

This is a very funny and insightful film that exposes the more humorous aspects of role playing games. When a woman on house arrest is drawn into a game hosted by a group of strangers, she quickly learns what a serious business gaming can be. Intercut with the narrative are interviews with actual gamers that are funny without knowing it. Like the characters in the film, they take role-playing games verrrrry seriously, which only adds to the laughs. The characters are quirky, the acting is honest and the the pace is rapid. "Fellowship of the Dice" is just the right length for a subject like this and should not be missed by anyone that has ever had an interest in elves, warlocks, mystical beings and dice.


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