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Written and performed by Cole Bonner
Produced by Vladimir Lisinac
Produced by Zoran Lisinac
Courtesy of Metakwon Records, a division of Metakwon Filmworks LLC.
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I saw this film at this year's Las Vegas Film Festival and I found it refreshing and hilarious. At first, I was put off by the amount of profanity and sexual innuendo, but all the characters grew on me. I thought it was an excellent script, filled with unexpected moments and unique characters. What's most refreshing is knowing that most of these actors were fairly new to the acting industry. The writing is literate, quirky and unexpectedly moving. It kinda lives long after you've seen it through.
Oh -- and the soundtrack should win an Oscar!! Who is Cole Bonner???? I want to hear it again!!!
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