Ford Willamms and his L.A. real estate firm close business deals about daily. At night, the best salesman, Marco, and his room mate Will, Ford's clumsy son, try to score romantic deals. ... See full summary »

Director:

Art Altounian

Writers:

Art Altounian (story), Tara Brodkin (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
James Wilder ... Will Williams
Michael Bergin ... Marco Vincente
Michael Cambridge Michael Cambridge ... Fernando (as Brian Burke)
Todd Eckert Todd Eckert ... Bruce
Joseph S. Griffo ... Drunk Customer
Art Altounian Art Altounian ... Waiter
Peter Lavin ... Kyle
Brian Altounian ... Bartender
Ray Wise ... Ford Williams
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kelli Coleman Kelli Coleman
Tamara Davies
Kathy Derry Kathy Derry ... Katie
Phil LaMarr
Liz Sheridan
Dea Vise ... Cashier
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Storyline

Ford Willamms and his L.A. real estate firm close business deals about daily. At night, the best salesman, Marco, and his room mate Will, Ford's clumsy son, try to score romantic deals. Loyalties are tested when Samantha dates both Ford and Will, without either realizing how 'incestuous' that is. Written by KGF Vissers

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Two hearts. One love.

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Official Sites:

MAC Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 June 2010 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

Afacere de familie See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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This is a truly enjoyable film!
21 November 2001 | by domahidySee all my reviews

Art Altounian pulls together a great cast of characters for this romantic comedy with a twist. Not a huge twist, but enough of one that you understand why it would be difficult for the couple you want to end up together to end up together. I enjoyed every minute of the film. The dialog is snappy and humorous, and the characters go far beyond stereotype and into depth, a feet well accomplished for this first time director. The acting is all fantastic, and while the situation becomes almost unbelievable, Art reels it in and acknowledges the absurdity, making it all believable again. Well done. The only disappointment here is that it's not shot on film, however you quickly ignore the interlace flicker as your sucked in by the story.


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