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Are You Feeling Lonely? (2003)

Massively affected by the big city, Baddi, a janitor in the morgue, makes phone calls to the yet-to-be-informed widows in an attempt to meet the one that will fulfill his fantasy of love, wealth and social status.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Pashu Pathi Ganeshan ... Baddi
Fiorella Glave Fiorella Glave ... Mortician Apprentice
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Angelos James Angelos ... Cyclist
Jesica Chaos Jesica Chaos ... Lili
Pietro Freddi Pietro Freddi ... Mortician Apprentice #2
Félix Nuñez Félix Nuñez ... Kid
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Massively affected by the big city, Baddi, a janitor in the morgue, makes phone calls to the yet-to-be-informed widows in an attempt to meet the one that will fulfill his fantasy of love, wealth and social status.

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"Looking for love in all the wrong places? Try the Morgue"

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Short

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Country:

USA | Peru

Language:

English

Release Date:

January 2004 (USA) See more »

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Stereo (Protools)

Color:

Color | Color (Eastmancolor)
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Spun-off from An Affair to Remember (1957) See more »

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One Of The Finest & Funkiest Short Films Ever!
5 June 2006 | by ScripTeachSee all my reviews

No description really relays the experience that is this film; it's not about plot, it's about how writer/director Rosario Garcia-Montero takes an offbeat character and situation, one that should make us completely aghast, and makes us laugh (albeit nervously) while also moving us as we watch the protagonist go about his very unorthodox way of finding connection with the opposite sex.

That Baadi works in a morgue only heightens the sense of alienation he experiences while also setting the stage for his inappropriate action that he undertakes with such unabashed ardor. And a great use of the title of one of Elvis' biggest hits!

A real treat that shows cinema is not always about the plot points, but also about character and a director's unique outlook.


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