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Fish'n Chicks (2002)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Short | 16 December 2002 (Canada)
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The dark comedy Fish'n Chicks, is the story of two close friends who embark on a fishing excursion. During the course of the day the two young men brag about their past sexual exploits, but... See full summary »


Joseph E. De Leo





Cast overview:
Simone Mendes Simone Mendes ... Heidi
Michael Dufays ... George (as Mike Dufays)
Mark Tyler Mark Tyler ... Arnold
Nicola Basile Nicola Basile ... Susan's father
Michelle Carvalheiro Michelle Carvalheiro ... Susan
Justin Chatwin Justin Chatwin ... Rookie
Shelly Sereda Shelly Sereda ... Redda
Erin Marian Erin Marian ... Redda's friend
Christina Dudley Christina Dudley ... Honey
Solange Soli Bitar Solange Soli Bitar ... Bunny
Chris Carvalho Chris Carvalho ... Honey's brother


The dark comedy Fish'n Chicks, is the story of two close friends who embark on a fishing excursion. During the course of the day the two young men brag about their past sexual exploits, but a surprise revelation forces them to re-evaluate their friendship. George (MIKE DUFAYS) is a boisterous, irreverent young man with a penchant for the abrasive, who organizes a "guys-day-out" with his friend, all the while pursuing a secret agenda. Arnold (MARK TYLER) is George's equally foul-mouthed friend who often demonstrates a somewhat conscientious nature when sharing anecdotes relating to his sexual escapades. Through a series of flash-backs, we learn more about the characters but, in the surprise ending, we realize that not all is what it seems. Fish'n Chicks is an edgy rendition of the mystery which is male bonding and a glimpse into the lengths some are willing to go to in order to mend a broken ego. Written by Joseph E. De Leo

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Comedy | Short


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16 December 2002 (Canada) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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LIFEBOAT meets FRIENDS - In Canada!
11 February 2006 | by boris-26See all my reviews

Due to it's "home-grown" look, a digital feature or short needs to grab its audience in the first seconds. A strong visual is usually best. Canadian film-maker Joseph E. DeLeo wisely sticks to this rule with the opening scene of his digital video short FISH'N CHICKS. We see a beautiful young brunette begin to unhook her bra. Okay, this plays to the lowest common denominator, but he has our attention.

Two lifelong friends, George (Mike Dufays) and Arnold (Mark Tyler), both twenty-something and girl hungry, go on a fishing trip in a canoe on a secluded Canadian lake. As they wait for some big-mouthed bass to come for the bait, they compare stories of recent sexual conquests. Often we flashback to bars and bedrooms (two easy-to-obtain locations for the low budget film-maker) where these guys "reel in the line" catching the hot chick for the night.

The tensions on the little boat build. As these guys let these stories heat up anger, we wonder, are we going to see a re-enactment of A PLACE IN THE SUN? There's a twist. For its 30 minutes running time, FISH'N CHICKS kept me amused. Some of the dialog is crisp ("For 12 hours what these girls did to me, I wouldn't do to a farm animal.") I often wish low-budget film-makers (especially when working in Digital) would shy away from the notion that they have to use only one key setting, but DeLeo lets his almost single set (the rowboat) work.

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