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Breaking Up Really Sucks (2001)

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This short film chronicles a lesbian relationship up until its demise.

Director:

Jennifer McGlone

Writer:

Pamela S. Busch
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alexandra Paul ... Charlie
Karri V. Bowman ... Jill (as Karri Bowman)
Tia Hunnicutt ... Gina
R. Sky Palkowitz ... Poet
Kassandra Kay Kassandra Kay ... Car Saleswoman
Katherine Carlson Katherine Carlson ... Young Nun
Larena Patrick ... Party Guest
Tom Gregory Tom Gregory ... Party Guest
Bonnie Toman Bonnie Toman ... Party Guest
Jordan Roberts ... Kelly
Rosser Goodman ... Party Guest (as A. Rosser Goodman)
Nick Snow Nick Snow ... Party Guest
Heather Hancock ... Poetry Lover
Rebecca Lynn Horst Rebecca Lynn Horst ... Poetry Lover
Gigi Talbott Gigi Talbott ... Poetry Lover
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Storyline

Charlie (Alexandria Paul) is a 30-something single lesbian whom narrates her own story about her chance meeting, romance and breakup with a certain Jill (Karri Bowman) who after a whirlwind romance, they move in together, have some fun, and their romance slowly disintegrates into unhappiness and uncertainty when the begin to face their differences. Written by Anonymous

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Hot dogs, poetry and vibrators, oh my!

Genres:

Short | Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 December 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Je déteste les ruptures! See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Power Up Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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An entertaining film
13 September 2002 | by jayjaysternSee all my reviews

From the opening sequence to the closing of the iris, this short film is as entertaining as it is well-crafted. In its simplicity, the story endears itself to any audience gay or straight because it is universal. What shine in this piece are the direction and performances. Alexandra Paul is captivating as Charlie and Karri Bowman is equally enchanting as Jill. Adding a fresh new spin on the standard romantic comedy formula, Director Jennifer McGlone exhibits the eye of a seasoned director. She sets a lively pace for the film and times the comic moments just right. Each scene begins with a sparkle and ends with more to come. This romantic comedy is a must see.


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