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In my view it is a film about the owner of a strip club. The writer, director and some cast members may have a different opinion...
I have acted in some films that turned out to be disappointing when I saw them on the big screen. When I was offered the role of Cisco in Club Utopia I was immediately interested because I had already had a very pleasant experience working with the Director/Producer, Frank Caruso. When I read the script, I was doubly interested, and when we discussed the project and I learned who would be in the cast and crew, I was confident that I was signing on to a quality film project. In the end, when I viewed the final version of the film, I was very, very happy. We had made a film that I can be proud to recommend to anyone who enjoys a good, fun, fast moving comedy.
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