A man is being driven insane by the idea that his neighbor is Star Wars creator George Lucas.


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Cast overview:
Alan Ladd III / Chewbacco / Nien Nund
Scott McCrickard ...
Rachel Ladd Jr.
Kevin MacDonald ...
Princess Layla
Rachel Grasby ...
Charlene Herbst ...
Stass Amy
Stella Hunt ...


A man is being driven insane by the idea that his neighbor is Star Wars creator George Lucas.

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Living, By George. See more »





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6 May 2012 (Canada)  »

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My Neighbour is George Lucas, and He's Making a New Star Wars Movie!  »

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Produced as part of the Toronto 48 Hour Film Challenge, this film was written, filmed and edited in less than 40 hours. See more »


[first lines]
Alan Ladd III: We're the Ladds. We're the Ladds!
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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8 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I give this a six out of ten which I think is fair. I thought it was funny and laughed a few times but the movie had some problems. As for what the other reviewer said about it being in a film making race and they had only one day that makes it understandable and it is good considering but I don't really factor that in because I judge what I'm seeing not what the crew had to go through to make it. The performances are good with the two neighbours (a man who thinks his neighbour is George Lucas working on a weird movie and then George Lucas as the other neighbour denying who he is) doing an excellent job at getting laughs. I would have liked to see more of the wife though, she wasn't in it very much at all. The other parts could be bigger too. Elton John in his garbage was very funny but really this movie just had the two guys talking to the camera. Good laughs sometimes yes but at the same time not too much interaction and more a series of jokes than a coherent story that fit together. A good effort though by all involved this is an entertaining and funny short movie!

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