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Point&Shoot (2004)

| Drama, Romance
Blurring the line between fiction and reality, aspiring fashion photographer Shawn Regruto--obsessed with documenting every part of his life--assembles his personal and professional ... See full summary »

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... Danny A
... Mini
... Mook
Alex Burns ... Alex
Athena Currey ... Athena
Amy Gunther ... Amy
... Herself
... Carmen
... Michael
Matt Lenski ... Matt
Patrick McMullan ... Patrick
... Chad Rhodes
Jacqueline Novak ... Jacqueline
... Julie
Kelly Sawyer Patricof ... Kelly (as Kelly Sawyer)
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Blurring the line between fiction and reality, aspiring fashion photographer Shawn Regruto--obsessed with documenting every part of his life--assembles his personal and professional home-video footage into a feature film. Ironically, amidst this fast-paced environment of New York's nightlife scene, is the purest of love stories between Shawn and Athena, an accomplished model in her own right, who becomes the focus of Shawn's story. As the tale unfolds, the chronicle reveals the darker side of a world where young people are exposed to glamour and fortune at an early age, in ways that often lead them down a path of self-destruction. Part documentary, part autobiography, part reality TV, Shawn's film serves as a behind-the-scenes exploration of the glamorous, reckless life of Manhattan's young and beautiful, caught up in a metropolis of drugs, clubs, and fashion models. Written by Anonymous

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Catch Your Breath
Written by Drew Bayers, Ryan George, Max Humphrey and Nathanael Keefer
Performed by The Adored
Courtesy of The Adored
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the real Young and the Restless
2 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

A fine example of ambitious, and motivated cats with a story to tell about their own place in the world, this movie could've gone wrong at almost any point. And although there are moments of over dramatic dialogue, the film stays it's course, tells it's story, and gets it's point across. Kudos to Sean Regruto (sp)? and his quirky and excellent casting of Athena. She dominates. Most performances are great. One exception being the ridiculous club owner guy, who walks us to the kitchen, complete with too on the nose rant-and-serve drug scene. Regruto does a fine job in walking a razor thin line of actor-director, when most times when this occurs, a film always ends up being a self-important romp through a daily life that we usually don't care as much about as they do. Regruto's world ends up being uncomfortable, depressing, and although the movie lends itself to only one possible ending that we all fear coming, Regruto manages to "shoot around" the highly dramatic ending with a powerful, stylish, and subdued form. This movie is for ANYONE who wants a realistic look at the pathetic nature we as a culture place on outside beautification. If your daughter wants to be a model, rent this now.....

shane powers


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