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Skeet Shooting (2009)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy | 21 November 2009 (USA)
Dexter is lonely and depressed. After breaking up with his girlfriend, he has spent weeks sitting around, playing video games. His friends come by to cheer him up with hilarious results.

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Erik Crumbley ...
Joe D'Angelo ...
Tommy
Jen Douglas ...
Skylar
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Dexter
Aley Kreinz ...
Hottie
Ian Zander ...
Jacob
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Dexter is depressed and has become a hermit since his girlfriend left him. In a last-ditch effort to shake him out of his funk, his friends come over bearing pizza and comic books. When their offerings do not bring him mirth, Jacob recommends that Dexter engage in a little self-love. This turns the conversation down a path of hilarious recounting of various romantic mishaps from the assembled friends. Written by Travis Legge

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A comedy about learning to love yourself

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Short | Comedy

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Not Rated
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$1,000 (estimated)
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Breakups and relationships are a central theme in the film, and Writer/Director 'Travis Legge' (I) broke up with his girlfriend the day before shooting the apartment scene, which was the first day of principal photography. See more »

Crazy Credits

Like most of Travis Legge's films, Skeet shooting ends with a title card that states "We hope you have enjoyed this film. Now go buy a comic book." See more »

Connections

Followed by Memoirs of a Stinky Sofa (2010) See more »

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