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Lucky McKee ... Roman

Nectar Rose ... Eva / Dream Girl

Kristen Bell ... The Girl / Isis
Ben Boyer ... Russ
Mike McKee ... Leroy Wolf

Jesse Hlubik ... Jesse
Chris Sivertson ... Lanky Worker
Ernie Banks ... Cyrus

Adam Gierasch ... Boyd

Eddie Steeples ... Detective
Thomas Beaumont ... The Waiter
Vanessa Menendez ... Hedda Gabler
Lotus Harmony ... Dream Girl
Pancho Alvarez ... Lunch Room Worker
Stephen Michael Copeland ... Lunch Room Worker (as Steve Copeland)
Mike Duso ... Lunch Room Worker

Kevin Ford ... Lunch Room Worker
Juan Malara ... Lunch Room Worker
Albert DiMarco ... Elixer Bluff Acting Troup (voice)
Jonathan DiMarco ... Elixer Bluff Acting Troup (voice)

Angela Bettis ... Elixer Bluff Acting Troup (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

James Duval ... Goth Dude (scenes deleted)

Luke Y. Thompson ... French Waiter / Cashier (scenes deleted)

Directed by
Angela Bettis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lucky McKee 

Produced by
Stephen Michael Copeland .... executive producer (as Steve Copeland)
Mark McGarry .... producer
Lucky McKee .... producer
Mike McKee .... co-producer
Jonathan Serota .... executive producer
York Alec Shackleton .... producer (as York Shackleton)
Chris Wayne .... producer
Chris Wayne .... supervising producer
Tom Wright Jr. .... line producer
Original Music by
Jammes Luckett  (as Poperratic)
Cinematography by
Kevin Ford 
Film Editing by
Angela Bettis 
Chris Blankenship 
Kevin Ford 
Production Design by
Vanessa Menendez 
Costume Design by
Hayley Keenan 
Makeup Department
Justin Apone .... special makeup effects artist
Dean Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Christopher James Miller .... assistant makeup artist
Sound Department
Mario Manti-Gualtiero .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott Westley .... sound effects editor
Jammes Luckett .... additional sound design (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Vanessa Menendez .... still photographer
Shelli Merrill .... still photographer
Animation Department
Zach Passero .... animator
Music Department
Angela Bettis .... co-music supervisor
Jammes Luckett .... co-music supervisor (as Jaye Barnes Luckett)
Other crew
Nicolas Devars .... assistant: Mr. Serota
Alex Hayes .... production assistant
Bryan Robinson .... assistant: Mr. Serota
Justin Stone .... crew
Xenia Trejo .... special make-up effects

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92 min
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Luke Y. Thompson originally shot scenes as French waiter Abdul, but was unable to make re-shoots due to appendicitis and the role had to be recast. Instead, he shot a new scene as a cashier who sells Roman a girlie magazine. Neither character ended up in the final cut.See more »
Isis, the Girl:My mother would like this face.
Roman:She got a number?
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Movie Connections:
References Harvey (1950)See more »


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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Realistic film,kept my interest., 12 May 2007
Author: reeves2002 from Canada

First off I want to say I can't believe all the people criticizing this movie for the bad picture quality and type of camera used.I think it helped to give it more realism and it may have been done for a reason.Or it could be because it's a low budget film and they had no choice.It kind of came off as an experimental or student film.The only thing I didn't like was an annoying noise during the the live sound not being edited out. The noise in the background sounded like a cat meowing throughout a lot of the movie.It was distracting and even one of my cats got up and kept looking around the room. Lucky McKee who wrote and starred in this film did a nice convincing performance of a lonely, isolated and disturbed man.There was a scene while he was being ridiculed at work and the topic of masturbation came up and I burst out in laughter.I found the scenes with Roman and his co-workers on their lunch break extremely comical and well portrayed,I mean that kind of sh*t happens! Roman has his dull daily routine and seems to lead a meaningless life.He eats nothing but pork and beans and sits by his window looking out it drinking beer. It would have been nice to understand how he loses his grip of reality.It would be nice to see the events that led up to it, but everyone involved in this project was having too much fun making it and not caring what direction it took.I like these kinds of weird,twisted films now and then.I liked Isis(the girl) played by Kristen Bell.She was so friendly, naive and sweet but Unfortunately her encounter with Roman ended tragically. And then there is Eva(played by Nectar Rose).At first I thought Eva was the sister of Isis out to avenge her sister's death because the cop that visited the building mentioned the missing girl's sister was looking for her.And also she was also trying to get inside an apartment by involving Roman going to the landlord.But then by the end of the movie I wasn't sure if she even existed at all and thought she was Roman's imaginary girlfriend.I didn't understand the ending and found parts of the movie confusing.Roman became a bigger nut case and found Eva's death amusing. I can see how some people may find this movie confusing, dull,morbid, or boring and strange.You have to like black comedies,off-beat thriller's,or appreciate different type of films.I liked some of the deleted scenes especially the alternative Roman dream sequence and think it should have been in the film.It was a very entertaining sequence and i'm not sure why it wasn't used.Whether or not the people involved with making this movie took it seriously or not,I still enjoyed it.It started off slow but kept my interest.

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