In an effort to boost ratings on his underground internet website "Breakup.com", an opportunistic producer/star resorts to manipulation of his friends and people around him with disastrous results.

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Ken
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Neil
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James
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Tina
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Felicia
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Armando Cerra ...
Pretty Boy
Kevin Eck ...
Talk Show Host
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Stefan Huskilson ...
Gangsta in the Hood
Robin Jha ...
Ambulance attendant
Monika MarLee ...
Julie (as Monika Mar-Lee)
Bo Fred Olsson ...
Doctor (as Bo Olsson)
Lynn Wahl ...
Wendy
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Bartender
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The main character of Breakup.com is a clever, opportunistic producer and star of a popular underground internet reality show where subscribers get to see him date, have sex with and ultimately dump various women. When his ratings start to decline thanks to television catching up to the internet in sheer bad taste, he must go beyond exploiting women at their most vulnerable and establish new lows in voyeuristic sensationalism. His actions have unintended consequences and he even attempts to profit from the death of a friend due to his obsession with boosting his ratings. Written by Kevin Eck

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It's not personal, it's your personality.

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2 August 2008 (Canada)  »

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CAD 50,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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A great independent comedy!
28 November 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I read a review in a Vancouver newspaper that said that the film was well acted and the script was well written - and it didn't disappoint. There are some amazing writers and directors out there making smart, funny films that are a lot better than some of the drivel that comes out of Hollywood. This film had me laughing at the absurdity of what could happen when voyeurism is taken too far! Everyone that saw it in the theatre I was at also enjoyed it.

If you get an opportunity to see this film at a festival or on a pay channel, it is worth your time. The writing is clever and the characters well conceived.

Enjoy!


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