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Let's Make a Movie (2012)

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Cassie Thompson, a film-school dropout, decides to make a movie in order to turn her dead-end life around.

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Credited cast:
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Cassie Thompson
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Gary
Brian Cheng ...
Eugene
Eric James Eastman ...
Kal
Jessica Coles ...
Arielle
Jake Kropac ...
Tom
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Alice
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Steve
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Arnold the Homeless Guy
Luke Guldan ...
Terry
Darlene McCullough ...
Sheila the Secretary
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Rico
Omar Baig ...
Zeke Udairam
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Security Guard (as Deron Campbell)
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Director's Cut is the story of Cassie Thompson, a college dropout and ex-film student who decides to make a movie in an attempt to turn her dead-end life around. Written by Anonymous

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Lights...Camera...Indiesaster! See more »

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Comedy

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14 December 2012 (USA)  »

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The Story of Cassie Thompson  »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Eugene: You must all study the script before production starts.
Cassie Thompson: Especially you Kal, you're the DP.
Arielle: Didn't I audition for the role of DP?
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Turn The Lights Out!
Written and performed by Metermaids
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Surprise
16 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was a total surprise on how good it really is. For such a small budget and unknown actors, this movie made you want to see the movie these actors made. The graphics and the corny acting seemed believable. Attempting to make a movie in a city the size of New York City without permits would bring the results this film crew faced. I loved the idea of this movie and the director was able to tell a story about how hard it really is to break into the movie industry. The actors did an excellent job of portraying the inexperience of new actors making a movie, some for the first time, and what can go wrong does.


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