Women wake up to find they have grown a penis.

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Roxy
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Ellie
Deak Evgenikos ...
Spike
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Ruby
Heather Cassils ...
Dale
Taylor Russell ...
Steve
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Girl on Bench
Leon Elias Wu ...
Girl in Hardware Store (as Liz Wu)
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Girl in Hardware Store
Krista Hartling ...
Girl in Hardware Store
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Living in a world that seems rife with phallic symbols, five lesbian friends take a teaspoon each of a concoction from Prague that will give them, for only one day, a penis. Next morning, the cock crows and the women seek men's experiences: they measure and compare, pee standing up, and look for women who'll sleep with them. At the end of the day, they gather to compare scores. It's a jungle out there. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Five lesbians, a magic potion, something they never expected from sunrise to sunset....

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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TV-14
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15 July 2005 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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checking the clock (I said "THE CLOCK")
5 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I read the synopsis for this short film I thought to myself " Women wake up to find they have grown a penis? This has got to be funny!" Wrong! Creative? Wrong! How about boring? Bingo!!!! I normally wouldn't waste my time writing on a short film (12 minutes) but I normally don't find myself checking the clock multiple times during a short film either. I'm willing to retract this review if I find out that either 1) the film was a middle or high school project or 2) there is a new movement afoot , a kind of "Punk film" in which the acting, directing, writing, editing is so bad it's good. Almost so bad as to make it worth watching...almost. (6.6 out of ten? Who voted the cast and crew?)


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