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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
This is a very clever little film, feeding off our recent understanding, thanks to "Entourage," of what Hollywood agents do. It involves a mix-up involving two people waiting at a cocktail lounge for someone they have never seen. One man is a screenwriter who is getting a lot of "buzz," who is waiting for an agent who wants to represent him. The screenwriter has been courted by every agent in Hollywood and expects to be showered with promises. The other man is a sincere, romantic type, hoping for true love from an Internet hookup. The acting is vivid, the dialogue is over the top, and the joke works. It's a film made by Hollywood professionals, and has a slick feel to it, which is appropriate for a film like this, which depends on quick cutting and well-delivered lines.
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