TV movie where a novelist (Dina Meyer) moves to a little town to write her next novel. She loves to get inspiration and as time goes by she gathers information about her neighbor, a young ... See full summary »
A young New York socialite becomes involved with her new next-door neighbor, a handsome young man fresh from Los Angeles. After he opens up to her about his past relationships, each one ... See full summary »
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Who's the hunky new neighbor across the street? Teenage Charlotte and her brother, Chris, both want to know. Cruel sibling rivalry abounds as each woos the new guy while trying to undercut ... See full summary »
One of the hardest things a screenwriter can do is create a complete story in 17 minutes. The short form requires a precision that you don't always see in feature writing. Fortunately, writer Steve Garvey manages to hit all the right notes in this witty and biting satire. The movie expertly depicts what happens when the socially inept come face to face with the socially intolerable. In finding the common ground between all misfits from the benign to the monstrous, writer Garvey and director Davis succeed in pulling off quite a unique feat by putting forth the notion that there is hope for even the most hopeless that society has to offer. A small gem worth seeking out.
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