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G.D.M.F. (2006)

 -  Short | Drama  -  11 August 2006 (USA)
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An exotic dancer's personal and professional lives are catastrophically blurred after a dramatic coincidence at a private party.

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Abbey Collins ...
Bridgette
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Businessman (as Chris Corbin)
Cory Criswell ...
Mark
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Jackson Drexell
Hanna Hardin ...
Loretta
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Violet
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Breakfast Lunch and Dinner
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Al
Todd Peters ...
Glen
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An exotic dancer's personal and professional lives are catastrophically blurred after a dramatic coincidence at a private party.

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GDMF is more concerned with the aftermath of something awful than the act itself
29 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A shocking coincidence at a party sets an uncomfortable tone in James M. Johnston's GDMF. The film playfully begins with an exotic dancer describing an odd fetish of one of her clients. Certainly setting the awkward tone at the beginning, GDMF proves to take its uneasiness even further with an accidental act that makes her professional line of work seem just the same as any cubical jockey's. Interestingly enough, the act itself isn't enough for Johnston, as he shows us the unlikely aftermath which compels the viewer to question who really is or is not the victim of this bizarre tale. The gritty look of the film and the slamming music of Top Secret...Shhh really fits the overall design of the film as a whole. And the cinematography at the end, with a scene involving a mother and a daughter, is absolutely perfect.


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