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The Meeting (III) (2010)

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"life-imitates-fiction" takes on a whole new meaning when screenwriter Jillian meets the new "it" movie director Raphael at a hotel lounge to discuss her project.

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Leslie Dysart ...
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"life-imitates-fiction" takes on a whole new meaning when screenwriter Jillian meets the new "it" movie director Raphael at a hotel lounge to discuss her project.

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Brilliant writing, casting could be better
31 January 2011 | by (CA) – See all my reviews

A surprisingly smart and funny study of "Is love-at-first-sight a cliché?". Set entirely at a hotel lounge with a 2-people cast played by two unknowns: a young female screenwriter Jillian (Leslie Dysart) meets the hot young "it" director Raphael (John Erickson) to discuss her script which he showed interested in making into a movie. This life-imitates-fiction short film is fashion designer turned writer/director Flora Kung's first directorial effort and shows off Kung's acute sensibility in dissecting the dating scene amongst the young and the privileged. As mush as the writing is smart and the camera and editing adequate, the actors, especially the female lead seem a bit stiff. Two top-notch actors in these roles would have definitely benefited the end movie.


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