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Up&Down -- It's Life. It's Love. It's an Elevator.

A struggling young actor pushing 30 works a day job at a luxury hotel, shepherding guests and partygoers, while yearning for the girl of his dreams.

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Release Date:
21 August 2012 (USA) See more »
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It's Life. It's Love. It's an Elevator.
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A struggling actor pushing 30 works a day job at a luxury hotel, shepherding guests and party goers, while yearning for the girl of his dreams. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Tod Huntington ... Will

Julin ... Alex
Philip Hays ... Taylor
Brittney Karbowski ... Celie

Cory Hart ... Dr. Halifax
Emma J. Smith ... Roxy Spencer
Clara M. Smith ... Addison Spencer

Kurt Cole ... Charles

Ernest James ... Benjamin

Lee Stringer ... Matthew Spencer
Katt Gilcrease ... Mark Spencer
Jack Dunlop ... Mr. Day

Hershey Wingler ... Mother
Lauren Villasana ... Lauren
Thomas McHenry ... Salesman

Ben Warner ... Producer

Meryl Gibbs ... First Model

Shiree Nelson ... Second Model

Sammy DeSilva ... Dr. Lopez
Brandi Blevins ... Bridesmaid #1

Chloë Evans ... Bridesmaid #2
Celeste Lee ... Taylor's Blonde

Denise Williamson ... Kristina the Cocktail Waitress

Jessica Banuelos ... Unity (as Jessi Duvall)
Bardia Mattin ... John the Pizza Dude

Shelley Boozer ... Golddigger Girl (as Shelly Boozer)
Charlotte Biggs ... Gretta the Goth Girl

Jonathan D. Karpicke ... Joey the Bellhop
Michael John Marcinik ... Rowdy Roadie #1
James M. Willis ... Rowdy Roadie #2
Jax Stafford ... Rowdy Roadie #3
Jonathan Carbonaro ... Rowdy Roadie #4
Seneca Ramirez ... Goth Guy
Allison Spangle ... Available
Courtney Rose ... Dead Victorian Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Taylor Anne Adams ... Bridesmaid
Joe Devadanam ... Joe the Cool Indian Drummer
Catherine Jacobs ... Bride
Jacqueline Elizabeth Jacobs ... Bridesmaid
Rex Langley ... Clown

Genna Mc'Cohen ... Party Goer

Demetrius Smith ... Model (uncredited)

Directed by
Jonathan Carbonaro 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Johnette Duff 

Produced by
Jonathan Carbonaro .... co-producer
Johnette Duff .... executive producer
Johnette Duff .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jonathan Carbonaro 
 
Cinematography by
Jonathan Carbonaro 
 
Film Editing by
Jonathan Carbonaro 
 
Production Design by
Johnette Duff 
 
Makeup Department
Adia Harvey .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Johnette Duff .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jax Stafford .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Vernon Mitchell .... assistant set decorator
Daniel M. Swed .... construction coordinator
 
Sound Department
James M. Willis .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jonathan Carbonaro .... digital imaging technician
Michael John Marcinik .... camera operator
Michael John Marcinik .... gaffer
 
Editorial Department
Dustin Cross .... colorist
 
Music Department
Jonathan D. Karpicke .... composer: additional music
 

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USA:90 min
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Dolby Digital (RCA Sound Recording)
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The idea to set a movie in an elevator was inspired by the hectic elevators at the American Film Market in Santa Monica and taken to the next level because the screenwriter lives in an historic hotel (the former Rice Hotel in Houston) that has been converted to lofts. The building hosts weddings and other events and the mayhem behind the scenes can be observed as tenants go back and forth to the parking garage. Also, the role of Will was written specifically for Tod Huntington, an actor the writer/producer had auditioned for her project about The Big Bopper, "The Day the Music Died".See more »

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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Down, Down, Down..., 8 April 2013
Author: riantgorkette

This is a horribly produced movie. I feel like this was a college project that some first year film student produced. It is painful to watch. The audio is all over the place. Elevator music and main actor's mic are too loud, you can't really hear what people on his headset are saying. The some key plot moments are rushed and yet there are scenes that don't lead to anything worthwhile but are dragged out. I will admit that the idea behind the movie is cute, and I really wish it had worked out better. They should have cast the characters better, maybe that would have helped. Even if they had added a few funny lines for the actors to work off of, maybe then the viewers could find something charming about the characters.

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