The Unbearable Whiteness of Dean ()


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A geek with a secret life tries to balance business and pleasure.

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Dean Patterson (as Jeff L. Hollis)
Preston Jones ...
Miles Quartermane
Michele Cote ...
Barbara Wilkins
Peter J. Romero ...
Alphonso Dominguez
Eric Stormoen ...
Tony Grant
Leticia Romero ...
Bodyguard
Dan Cutter ...
Kung-Fu Thug
Kay C. Lim ...
Kato, The Martinizer
Howard Emmons ...
Delbert, The Martinizer
Jason Conrad ...
Dog Lover
Rich Hollis ...
The President's Half Brother

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Eric Stormoen

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Eric Stormoen ... ()

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Jeffrey Lee Hollis ... producer
Leticia Romero ... producer
Eric Stormoen ... producer
Paul Stormoen ... producer

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Mark Adam Watkins ... (as Adam Watkins)

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Eric Stormoen

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Jeffrey Lee Hollis ... (as Jeff Hollis)

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Leticia Romero ... production sound mixer

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Linda Hollis ... caterer

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Plot Summary

Chubby geek Dean Patterson lives a double life as a photolab technician by day and a secret government operative by night. When he finds his dream girl, his two worlds collide. He is forced to fight for love and freedom while dodging bullets and assassins. Written by Jeffrey Lee Hollis

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  • The Unbearable Whiteness of Dean (United States)
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  • 29 min
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Budget $15,000 (estimated)

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Movie Connections Spoofs The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988). See more »
Quotes Dean Patterson: A SPAM radio?
Miles Quartermane: Shortwave; latest thing. Operates on the same principle as a HAM radio only the signal is 50% leaner.
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