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Breast Picture (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 2010 (USA)
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When adult-film director Bud (Joel Spence) pens a great dramatic screenplay, he's determined to shoot it, one way or another -- especially when a mainstream star (Joey Kern), unaware of Bud's risqué résumé, signs on to the project. Using his unwitting employer's sets and equipment -- and a semi-cooperative cast of erotic actors -- Bud sets out to realize his artistic vision while appearing to turn out a standard porno. Written by Anonymous

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This film will blow you...away.

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Comedy | Romance

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Not Rated

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$75,000 (estimated)
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Netflix this...you'll be glad
12 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

Let me say first, I appreciate most artist's effort to get a film off the ground...but there is so much work involved that often the end result leaves something to be desired...this is NOT THE CASE with Breast Picture.

Indie filmmaking at it's best...it's so funny, it's just damn funny. They have taken a really great idea and were able to actually get it done. The acting is across the board well done...even the "bad acting", which is especially hard to do...

I highly recommend it.

That's really all I need to say. MS


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