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Moment of Truth: The Andy Meyers Story (2010)

Andy Meyers, the subject of the film, has decided he wants to end his life in front of a camera for the world to see. His depression and array of ailments from his bout with diabetes have ... See full summary »
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D.M. Atlas ...
Dave
Steven Canfield Crowley ...
Himself
Zach Gaus ...
Zach
Jed Gyurina ...
Himself
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Andy Meyers
Matthew L. Imparato ...
Carmine Fiore
Lauren A. O'Neill ...
Lauren
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Andy Meyers, the subject of the film, has decided he wants to end his life in front of a camera for the world to see. His depression and array of ailments from his bout with diabetes have driven him to the edge. His idol Bud Dwyer, who also killed himself in front of cameras during a press conference, gained much notoriety for his suicide and Andy feels this is his only chance 'to be somebody'. Andy recruited his counselor turned filmmaker to document the suicide and also his last day. Andy's last day consists of walking his dog one last time, a short visit to the ocean, a Chinese food dinner, sex with a hooker, eating a lot of candy, and death. Written by Anonymous

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Andy Meyers is DYING for YOU to see his movie!


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Beyond Amazing, Pure Genius
4 March 2011 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I started hearing about Moment of Truth towards the end of 2010. The subject peaked my interest and I made it a point to keep tabs on where it landed on the festival circuit. I finally got to see it last month and I was beyond impressed with it. It was such an original idea and it was shot so intimately; I could not help but feel as if I was right there on screen! It was an experience I have never had before, I left the theater baffled, in awe! This is a type of movie that will have an effect on anybody brave enough to watch it. It engulfs you and you just cannot look away; the fastest 90 minutes ever! The dialogue used is also very entertaining, i found myself repeating some lines and laughing to myself. Andy Meyers and his phrase "dontcha know" is sure to stick in your head; i heard many audience members referencing that outside the theater. All in all, great indie film; a classic is born!


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