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After a series of fruitless relationships, an innocent young woman ventures out yet again into the cruel world of desperate assholes, the social wasteland known as Hollywood, California. On a blind date, hoping to find Mr. Right, she ends up finding Mr. Dramatic, a lonely man afflicted by the bitter pain of living in his own world. Together, these two seemingly pathetic souls discover that someone perfect could really be out there for each of them. Unfortunately, all Hell must break loose in a filthy meat market for this understanding to take hold. It isn't pretty, but neither is dating in L.A. Written by
I caught this little movie on the festival circuit a few months back, and was very impressed! It's a great story told with a LOT of style and showmanship. For a short the production values are incredible, and it feels like a glossy blockbuster. There are also some awesome digital effects in the film, and the camera-work is very slick.
It's very funny, in a slapstick kinda way. I loved the ending - really cute and surprisingly uplifting.
Oliver Hudson was really funny as the over-the-top date, and Amy Acker was beautiful and sweet as always. There are a few other recognizable faces in there, and the entire cast seems to be having a blast.
All in all, a great film, definitely worth a look!
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