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  (in credits order)

Karin Anna Cheung ... Angela

Wilson Cruz ... Gabriel

Archie Kao ... Jefferson

Lynn Chen ... Juliet

James Shigeta ... Charles Yang

Rane Jameson ... Lawrence

Randall Park ... Nice But Boring Guy

Stacie Rippy ... Becky (as Stacie Leah Rippy)

Danny Vasquez ... 5-Second-Guy

Chris Zylka ... Mr. Hottie
Rylan Williams ... Preston

Dana Lee ... Mr. Lee

Elizabeth Sung ... Mrs. Lee

Cathy Shim ... Nikki

Perry Smith ... Mrs. Robinson

Sherry Weston ... Dr. Ricards
Maya Parish ... Marissa
Traber Burns ... Preacher

Diana Gettinger ... Bartender

Heather Halley ... Waitress
Melinda Rochelle ... Female Staff
Brian Yang ... Jefferson's Friend

Tim Chiou ... Fred
Sophia Lee ... Juliet's Girl
Holden Yung ... Juliet's Boy
Shu Luan Tuan ... Older Angela
Patrick Britt ... Dirty Old Man
Ben Zhu ... Art Gallery Owner

Keo Woolford ... Lenny Kai
Edward Gunawan ... Gabriel's Lover
DJ Heavygrinder ... Herself
Ty Easton ... Male Dancer
Jasmine Rose Tamondong ... Angela's Baby
Audrey L. Oka ... Angela's Baby
Samantha J. Oka ... Angela's Baby

Michael Coulombe ... Angela's Lover
Dexter de Sah ... Angela's Lover

Sarah Grant ... Angela's Lover

Justin Huen ... Angela's Lover
Evan Martinez ... Angela's Lover
Tristan Wand ... Angela's Lover
Timothy Watters ... Angela's Lover (as Tim Watters)
Brian Watters ... Angela's Lover
Wa Yang ... Angela's Lover
Vered Lenn ... Angela's Friend

Michael Marcel ... Angela's Friend
Denise Lee ... Angela's Friend
David Binck ... Angela's Friend
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Richard Chiu ... The Fornicator (uncredited)

Roshanda Hill ... Pregnant Girlfriend (uncredited)
Maynor Lopez ... Political Campaign Assistant (uncredited)
Kelly Nienaltowski ... Pregnant Woman (uncredited)

Rachel Staman ... Pregnant Funeral Girl (uncredited)

Grace Su ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jaira Valenti ... Girl at the Bar (uncredited)

Tye White ... Male Dancer (uncredited)
Robin Yung ... Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by
Quentin Lee 
Writing credits
Koji Steven Sakai (written by)

Produced by
Sam Kwok .... executive producer
Quentin Lee .... producer
Tien Lee .... executive producer
Koji Steven Sakai .... producer
Bing Tell .... line producer
Brian Yang .... executive producer
Stanley Yung .... producer
Original Music by
Steven Pranoto 
Cinematography by
Quyen Tran (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Aldo Velasco 
Casting by
Brad Gilmore 
Production Design by
Mona Nahm 
Art Direction by
Christian Kistner 
Set Decoration by
Elizabeth Callens 
Mariano Rueda 
Costume Design by
Nicole Beckett 
Makeup Department
Yayoi Hayashishita .... makeup assistant
Yuka Kanazawa .... makeup assistant
Ikuko Kawabe .... makeup assistant
Junko Kawakita .... makeup assistant
Akiko Matsumoto .... key hair stylist
Akiko Matsumoto .... key makeup artist
Mayumi Murakami .... makeup artist
Kazuyuki Okada .... special makeup effects artist
Yurie Suzuki .... makeup assistant
Yuko Takahashi .... makeup artist (as Yuko Yamauchi)
Chinatsu Watanabe .... makeup assistant
Keiko Wedding .... makeup artist
Production Management
Michael Alberts .... post-production supervisor
Bing Tell .... unit production manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Bracht .... second assistant director
Sarah Grant .... first assistant director
Tristan Wand .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Emma Goo .... artwork provider
Alessandro Marvelli .... on-set dresser
Brandi Milne .... artwork provider
Miss Mindy-Allen .... artwork provider
Junko Mizuno .... artwork provider
Leonard Short .... construction foreman
Albert Valdez .... lead carpenter
Albert Valdez .... set dresser
Julie West .... artwork provider
Sound Department
Robert Backus .... additional sound mixer
Greg Conway .... recording sound mixer
Adam Douglass .... additional sound mixer
Il Bu Kang .... epk director
Il Bu Kang .... epk producer
Jim Machowski .... additional sound mixer
Daniel Quintana .... boom operator
Robert Ramirez .... additional sound mixer
James Ridgley .... sound mixer
Garrard Whatley .... foley mixer
Garrard Whatley .... foley
Camera and Electrical Department
Trevor Ames .... additional electrician
Dave Aslan .... company grip
Russell Baer .... additional photography provider
Luke Barger .... additional dolly grip
Josh Boggs .... additional best boy grip
Len Borruso .... first assistant camera
Nicholas Davidoff .... steadicam operator
Cat Deakins .... dolly grip
Ben Demaree .... additional best boy electrician
Dannel Escallon .... additional electrician
Adam Foskey .... second assistant camera
Sal Governale .... additional electrician
Yu Karitani .... key grip
Susan Kellogg .... additional still photographer
Richard Kim .... best boy electric
Julie Kirkwood .... camera operator
Matt Knudsen .... additional best boy electrician (as Matthew Knudsen)
Daniel Kenji Levin .... company electrician
Kaori Masui .... digital technician
Glenn Miller .... company electrician
Ben Peyser .... additional camera operator
Ben Peyser .... additional dolly grip
Angie Pop .... gaffer
Forrest Sandefer .... additional dolly grip
Shane Sato .... still photographer
Sergio Silva .... additional key grip
Hiromasa Tamai .... additional electrician
Jessica Walker .... best boy grip
Kyle Warmack .... additional company grip
Casting Department
Heather Sirota .... extras casting: Prime Casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Angela Markman .... assistant costume designer
Lisa Russey .... costumer
Voraphan Nahm .... seamstress (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Suilma Rodriguez .... assistant editor
Music Department
Aldo Velasco .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Tim J. Bonino .... company driver (as Tim Bonino)
Steve Hix .... transportation coordinator
Sal Mejia .... company driver
Louis Dargenzio .... transportation consultant (uncredited)
Other crew
Ruth Atkinson .... story editor
Maxine Brooks .... studio teacher
Michael Coulombe .... script supervisor
John Flores .... production assistant
Ruben Hernandez .... production assistant
Craig Holt .... additional script supervisor
Christopher Kai .... production assistant
Debbie Kim .... assistant production coordinator
J. Luna .... key set production assistant
Vicki Marsik .... nurse
Yoosik Oum .... photo model
Glen Reynolds .... attorney
Brad Rochefort .... production assistant
Michael Siu .... food consultant
Sara E. Swieca .... craft service
Bing Tell .... location manager
Brian Vacarella .... caterer
Michelle Wang .... location manager
Michelle Wang .... production coordinator
Juan Carlos Hernández .... key set production assistant (uncredited)
David Magdael .... publicist (uncredited)
Steve Nguyen .... on-line marketing (uncredited)
Koji Steven Sakai .... location manager (uncredited)
Richard Chiu .... special thanks
Shawn Farnsworth .... special thanks
Amy Kato .... special thanks
Cathy Lee .... special thanks
Chris Lee .... special thanks
Patrick Lee .... special thanks
Tsun Nin Lee .... special thanks
Justin Lin .... special thanks
Mitsunori Nishikawa .... special thanks
Estella Pacificar .... special thanks
Akemi Sakai .... special thanks
Nelson Sun .... special thanks

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89 min

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10 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Is promiscuous, unprotected sex the basis for comedy?, 12 November 2010
Author: Red-125 from Upstate New York

The People I've Slept With (2009) was directed by Quentin Lee. This low-budget film has its moments, but it's not a winner. Angela is a Asian woman who has decided that a "slut is just a woman with the morals of a man." OK--let's accept that.

The next question is, "Does a slut mean having less judgment than a seven-year-old?" My point is that it's your business if you want to be a slut, but no one with any intelligence has unprotected sex with multiple unknown sexual partners in today's world.

We are supposed to find it charming that Angela has one-night stands with anyone with a Y chromosome, and is very casual about protection against STD's and pregnancy. Just doesn't work for me.

OK, so now Angela is pregnant, and she has narrowed down the field of fathers to five guys whose names she doesn't know. She has to learn who the men are, then decide who the father is, then decide what to do with that information, and then decide what to do with the rest of her life. Not the basis for a great movie, although I have to admit that the film has its positive aspects.

Karin Anna Cheung, who plays Angela, is extremely beautiful, and has the timing and skills of a fine comic actor. Every beautiful woman in a film needs a gay friend, and Angela's gay friend, Gabriel, is played by Wilson Cruz. I've admired Cruz's work since he played Ricky in "My So-Called Life," and he's gotten more handsome and more accomplished since then. He's the same kind of confidant to Angela as he was to Claire Danes (also named Angela) in the TV series. He's really good in that role.

So, with attractive actors and some clever comic lines, the movie is good enough to keep you in your seat for 90 minutes. If you're looking for sophisticated wit or intense drama, this isn't the film for you.

We saw this movie at the Little Theatre as part of the fabulous ImageOut: Rochester Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. It will work well on DVD.

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