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J. Andrew Keitch,
A Hollywood agent (dispatched to sign a "hot" new writer) and a sensitive gay man (waiting for a blind date), mistake each other for the person they were expecting to meet. Written by
David Dean Bottrell
I saw this at the Waterfront Film Fetival in Saugatuck, Michigan.
This movie was hilarious. Directed by David Dean Bottrell, it was the funniest short film of the festival. It's about a Hollywood agent meeting up with a screenwriter and a gay man waiting for his blind date. After a case of mistaken identities it's nonstop comedy. I would love to see this film again and show it to all my friends. It's so perfectly executed and made, I loved every moment of it. The acting was great, the editing was cool, and the sound choices were perfect. If only more short films like this were made. I hope it will be made available for the general audience, everyone will love it.
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