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eMale (2001)

A man, a woman, and an internet contest worth $100,000. It's all about love and revenge in the dot-com era.

Director:

Bryan Harston

Writer:

Bryan Harston
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Cast

Credited cast:
Daniel Roebuck ... Dale Fortunato
Brandy Little ... Ally Poe
Nicole Sornoff Nicole Sornoff ... Jenna Iverson
Chad Cline ... Jack
Jeff Curran Jeff Curran ... Tommy
Holly Goodman Holly Goodman ... Kate
Jill Saunders ... Trish
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amanda Anderson Amanda Anderson ... Businesswoman
Bryan Harston Bryan Harston ... News Announcer (voice)
Katherine McCullough Katherine McCullough ... Blue-collar Woman
Kevin Nash Kevin Nash ... Businessman
John Phelan ... Stanley the Mover
Derrick Sample Derrick Sample ... Skater Dude
Olivia Ward Olivia Ward ... Young Woman
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Storyline

Dale Fortunato, self-proclaimed "Internet pioneer," is the only entrant in the "Squat-n-Win.com" contest. To snag the Grand Prize, Dale must be welded inside his apartment, alone, for a whole year... living entirely off the Internet. Yes, Dale's the luckiest man alive. He has friends, a smart woman who loves him, and... soon... $100,000 in cash. What could possibly go wrong? Written by Bryan Harston

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A man, a woman, and an internet contest worth $100,000. What could possibly go wrong?

Genres:

Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

You've Got Male See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Idea Ranch LLC See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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"No thong underwear was damaged in the filming of this production" See more »

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Very funny.
8 November 2002 | by LeonProSee all my reviews

I've seen this in my grad class because my teacher was the Cinematographer, Bill Holshevnikoff. It wasn't the color-corrected version, but the Cinematography was already great.

A very funny short film that doesn't try to be anything artsy or deep. Cleverly created and wonderful to watch.

Although the poster gives the impression that the film has a dark story, you'll laugh when you realize what part of the scene it pertains to.

The people behind this film will go places.


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