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Writer and director draws from his own experience in this funny little film called 'Never Date an Actress'. Although it may appear exaggerated, such people do exist in today's modern society. To them, it's all about world peace, saving animals etc until the time comes to actually do something about it. The actress here is acting out as she's enjoying her lovey dovey moments with her caring boyfriend and she appears to be selfless until the reality of it hits in and she's demanded to make a little sacrifice. This little film is quite well made. The writing, editing and camera-work are solid. The film has a slightly unpolished look, as though we're watching these two people through a hidden camera. Scott Coffey is brilliantly restrained as the caring boyfriend and Naomi Watts is the star. She plays the narcissistic, hypocritical actress with full conviction. Baer's sharply honest and hilarious 'Never Date an Actress' is highly entertaining and a fun watch.
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