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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lenny Rose
Dr. Joshua
Fanny Club Owner
Dana Mark ...
Mary Lynn The Waitress
Goon #1
Goon #2
Mrs. Greenbaum
Wisner Miller ...
Antoine The Hotel Clerk
Nurse (as Carmen Lopez)


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Nothing is what it seems.


Comedy | Drama | Romance





Release Date:

20 June 2008 (USA)  »

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$175,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Loved it!
5 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is my first time commenting on these boards, but, I have to say, I am not usually one to comment, but I felt compelled to do so after viewing this interesting, little gem of an independent film, so here goes- I happen to catch a screening of "Patsy" at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival and it was a sold out showing, which is a difficult accomplishment at these festivals.

This was a very quirky, offbeat independent film whose dark humor was nicely intertwined with some fine dramatic interludes. There was a little bit of everything- guy humor, sort of in a Judd apatow kind of way, but a bit darker. Some nice slapstick humor, ala "John Belushi , in an animal house kind of way", some weird, bizaar moments in a kind of David Lynch homage kind of way.

It's not often you find a nice blend of moments that actually keep you guessing and interested from moment to moment. I think there were many fine performances, particularly the guy who played "Lenny" his Buddha-esquire, minimalist attitude and expressive eyes played very well off of the actor who played "Skip", who gave a very funny, in your face performance, he was annoying like a little fly!!- the chemistry between those two was only rivaled with the "Patsy" character, her emotional moments ran the gamut of sad, angry, endearing, loving- Her and Lenny had great chemistry – I believed it!! those three were particularly fine performances!!! The camera work was refreshing and the director made fine use of the script he had. All the other supporting characters were all over the board – none of which I found taking away from the film – that is usually the sign of a bad movie – BUT, not here – excellent casting!!! I think this movie will be a refreshing surprise to many film goers if they have a chance to see what true independent film-making is all about. Hopefully it will play at a theatre near you or a film festival or on the DVD shelves sometime in the New Year – I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves independent films!!.

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