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This was a great little film. Well casted, with a great story and flow. As I sat up all night coding for work it was an excellent break and I will definitely be spreading the word on this one. I can see great things in the future for Mr. Apffel. You did an outstanding job and I look forward to seeing what you put together as time goes on. The grandmother had me laughing my ass off, perfect choice. The entire cast had a great dynamic. it leaves you with the sense that everyone had a lot of fun shooting the pic. So I gave it a 10. It was an original idea, a funny and entertaining idea which covered every possible point on the spectrum from hilarious crude humor to heart touching moments. Scooter and Lizzy at dinner was one of the funnest few seconds I have seen in a long time. Excellent work guys/
An American in Budapest
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