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Way Off Broadway (2001)

Five struggling artists just out of college take a crash course in life as they explore the dynamic of conflict in friendship involving sex, love, failure, and betrayal.


Dan Kay (as Daniel Kay)


Dan Kay (as Daniel Kay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brad Beyer ... Darrin
Morena Baccarin ... Rebecca
Jordan Gelber ... Ethan
Michael Parducci Michael Parducci ... Mickey
Forbes March ... Jay
Tom Spackman ... Director
Christopher Murney ... Mr. Kaufman
Andrew Weber Andrew Weber ... Dante
Julie Lund Julie Lund ... Chelsea
Eugene Osborne Smith Eugene Osborne Smith ... Eddie
Jack Ferver Jack Ferver ... Phil
Neal Jones ... Mr. Scott
Olinda Turturro Olinda Turturro ... Kim
Suzanne Levinson Suzanne Levinson ... Waitress
Dave Narby Dave Narby ... Kelly Decker


Way Off Broadway is the story of five friends who, frustrated by the abrupt juxtaposition of being successful artists on the university level to poor struggling artists in New York City, take a crash course in life as they explore the dynamic of conflict in friendship involving sex, love, failure and betrayal.

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one of the funniest scenes I've seen in a long time
19 March 2004 | by indiefilmchickSee all my reviews

Okay, this movie has some problems, but there are some great things about it. In general, the cast is really good and the chemistry between the two leads is great. There is an oral sex scene in there that is hilarious (as is the actor playing the blowee -- bill dawes) and there are some nice performances all around. The tunnel carpal subplot could go away as far as I'm concerned, and so could that character. Introducing a character who has just used his t-shirt to wipe himself is not the best way to endear said character to the audience. Malena is also very beautiful and I wouldn't be surprised if she became the next it girl. The director, Dan Kaye, has made a decent first film and I'm curious to see what he does in the future. Hopefully, he will get out of the myopic and well-tred world of actors and artist in New York trying to figure out what to do with their lives. All in all, a sweet film worth watching.

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