Engaging documentary portrait of three entertainers? a role-player, an improv comedian, and a ventriloquist -- who use fictional characters to assist them in their professional and private lives.

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To describe the imaginary characters that a player interacts with during a game, role-players created the term 'non-player-character'. This engaging documentary portrait follows three entertainers - a role-player, an improv comedian, and a ventriloquist - as they use these fictional characters to assist them in their professional and private lives. Written by John Kinhart

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26 March 2004 (USA)  »

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touching portrait of some truly sad people
26 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The magician is definitely the best of the lot, the improv guy is a touch rude, but the role player is definitely in need of some help. (And I know gamers who are cool and fun and live full lives, but I believe the filmmaker was definitely searching for an example of the extreme stereotype when casting (for this segment, anyway... I don't know enough magicians to know about their world.) The improv guy seemed cool in some parts, unnecessarily cruel in others. (this comment is based on seeing the movie only once almost a year ago, so sorry I can't be more specific, but the image of the gamer pursuing the lesbian haunts me with its cliché'd sadness to this day.)

I feel that John Kinehart is definitely on the path to becoming a good movie-maker, and I really look forward to seeing his future works.


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