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Smashing Stereotypes (2005)

 -  Short | Comedy | Drama  -  15 October 2005 (USA)
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Based on a true story - A couple days in the life of an Asian actor in Hollywood, and the stereotypes he faces in the industry & his personal life.

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Josiah D. Lee
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Delivery Boy
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Aspiring Actress
John H. Anderson Jr. ...
Scott Robinson
Jason Banks ...
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Bob Bledsoe ...
Miles Stephen
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Jorge
Anjuli Cain ...
Brittany Lances
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Abused Woman
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USC Director
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Zack Brannigan
Sai Dholakia ...
Woody
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Steve Hooligan
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Ms. Shauspielerin
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Blankee McKree
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Based on a true story - A couple days in the life of an Asian actor in Hollywood, and the stereotypes he faces in the industry & his personal life.

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A 5 minute film dragged out to 23
19 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Smashing Steretotypes started off great! It had a clever idea, it was funny, and very entertaining. But then, it kept going on and on and on. There are at least 5 deleted scenes that were unnecessary and could have easily been removed without losing the essence of the story. It would have been a much stronger piece had it been cut down to the bone. The film ended up being repetitive and got to be too much in the end, like the point was being smashed into the face of the audience. The film's theme came across in the first 5 minutes, the rest of the film was pointless. The friend and girlfriend characters were unneeded and didn't add anything to the story. I enjoyed the film, but felt it would have been better had it been shorter. A 5 minute film dragged out to 23...


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