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Jessica Jade Andres,
Lillian Solange Beaudoin
Six odd ball Hollywood types, each with their own dysfunctional personalities live under the roof of the same mansion. They're only common thread is they all have rooms for rent. Dysfunktion is an laugh out loud comedic take on the drama that ensues in a day when that many people live together and have absolutely nothing in common! Written by
The actors are crazy and entertaining to watch. The plot is unexpected and draws you in from the beginning leaving you wondering what's to come. In addition to the chaos from the opening scene, it is easy to relate to. In our own way, we are are twisted, weird, and "dysfunktional". The ways in which we cope, well that ranges from person to person; and the most out there ways are revealed in several very out there characters. And who doesn't love adult humor. Filled with explicit content, especially drug use/ "party scene" you're sure to be on the edge of your seat. Dramatic from the start, this film is anything but boring, and offers a unique outlook on the f"d up ways of the human race.
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