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The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green ()


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A young gay man tries to balance his career as a personal assistant while searching for love.

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Ethan Green
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Kyle Underhill
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Charlotte
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Leo Worth
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Hat Sister
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Hat Sister
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Chester Baer
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Punch Epstein
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Harper Green
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Juarez
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Young Ethan
Joe Ragland ...
Devil's Candy
Gage Vernon ...
Kid at Restaurant
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Young Mary-Fran
Heather Ogden ...
Slumber Party Girl
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Sunny Deal
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Ann Rosato
Tod Abrams ...
Arty Guy
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Gretyl
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Str8dood4u
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NancyBoy42 (as Paul J. Coyne)
Audrey Capotosta ...
NancyBoy42's Wife
Martin Russell ...
Sk8BoardHoe
Phil De Carlo ...
Sk8BoardHoe (as Phil de Carlo)
Robb Cabe ...
2HotStuds
Marc Watrel ...
Mr. Fister
Lola Abrams ...
Neighbor (as Ms. Lola)
Wendy H. Meier ...
Older Mary-Frann
Skyler Hynes ...
Minister
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Senior Lady
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Stacey Ellen Allen ...
Lorna
Ally Cron-Devico ...
Friend (as Ally Rose)
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Best Man
Larry Dean Harris ...
Man at Wedding
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Dream Date (scenesDeleted)
Ken Odom ...
The Dud Date

Directed by

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George Bamber

Written by

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Eric Orner ... (book and comic strips)
 
David Vernon ... ()

Produced by

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Tod Abrams ... executive producer
Steve Brooksbank ... producer
Paul Coyne ... co-producer
Todd Y. Murata ... producer

Music by

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Roy Firestone

Cinematography by

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John Ealer

Film Editing by

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Paul Coyne
Matt Deitrich

Editorial Department

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Patrick Hausler ... colorist / on-line editor

Casting By

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Steve Brooksbank

Production Design by

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Richard Maher

Art Direction by

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Laura Harper

Set Decoration by

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Tony Lindas

Costume Design by

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Peter A. Lovello

Makeup Department

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Denise Goldberg ... makeup department head
Deborah Ann Piper ... hair stylist: Ms. Baxter
Amy Nadine Rosenberg ... makeup artist: Ms. Baxter
Mary Kate Welsh ... makeup artist: Ms. Baxter (as Mary Kate Walsh)

Production Management

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Pat Chapman ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mike Currie ... second second assistant director
Michael D. Gillis ... first assistant director
Joe Roddey ... second assistant director

Sound Department

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Oliver L. Moss ... sound mixer
Scott Rader ... re-recording mixer
Woody Stubblefield ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ryan DeGrazzio ... second assistant camera
Danny Gonzalez ... key grip
Ryan Hill ... grip
Jongkwon Ko ... camera intern
Jimmy Kowaja ... still photographer
Jongguk Lee ... grip
Michael Negrin ... additional director of photography
Indra Newlight ... key grip
Yen P. Nguyen ... first assistant camera
Steve Parker ... additional gaffer
Steven Parker ... director of photography: additional photography
Mike Roth ... Steadicam operator
Ben Thompson ... gaffer

Casting Department

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John Villacorta ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jason E. Hatfield ... costumer
Steve LaNasa ... costumer
Julie Thompson ... costume supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Titus Y.H. Chong ... script supervisor
Carol A. Compton ... script clearance

Other crew

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Helene Nielsen Beal ... director of distribution
Alan Bilsborough ... production assistant
Alex Daniels ... consultant
Brad Elfenbein ... caterer / craft service
Manny Fernandez ... production assistant
Rich Gibbs ... accountant (as Richard Gibbs)
Tom Goodrich ... studio teacher / welfare worker
Petra Luna ... publicist (as Petra Knieper)
Christina Mansky ... voice character
Glenn Schneider ... caterer / craft service
Nasrollah Sekandari ... production assistant

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Andy Corren ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Twenty-six year old gay Ethan Green has a number of good friends such as his currently single lesbian roommate Charlotte, but has never been able to maintain a long term romantic relationship, he who ultimately breaks it off with whoever he is dating if that significant other has not already broken it off with him. He ultimately discovers that he is largely to blame, as every guy who has broken it off with him felt forced to do so in some unspoken pressure by him. As such, Ethan begins to wonder if his Mr. Right is one of his exes who is still in his life for one reason or another. They include: Kyle Underhill, a formerly married pro baseball player who came out because of him and is still in his life solely as the one with who he seemed destined to be; Juarez, who still lives with Ethan's wedding planner mother, Harper Green, as arguably each other's current best friend; LGBT bookstore owner Leo Worth, in whose house Ethan and Charlotte currently live, the house which Leo bought as what was supposed to be his and Ethan's love nest; and nineteen year old sexually aggressive Punch Epstein, whose lesbian friend, Sunny Deal, Ethan has convinced Leo to try to sell the house as arguably the worst real estate agent in Ethan truly not wanting to leave the house. Even if Ethan discovers that one of these men is his true love, it may take more than just that discovery for a happily ever after for the two of them. Written by Huggo

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Taglines You think you have dating problems... See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ethan Green (France)
  • Личная жизнь Этана Грина (Russia)
  • A Mais Fabulosa Vida Social de Ethan Green (Brazil)
  • Provaci ancora Ethan (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 88 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $11,002, 18 Jun 2006

Did You Know?

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Trivia Ethan mistakenly lends his mother an adult film entitled Dawson's Crack (2000). This is obviously a spoof on the hit WB series, Dawson's Creek (1998). David Monahan played the recurring character of Tobey Barret, Jack McPhee's boyfriend, on "Creek". See more »
Goofs The book from which Kyle is reading at the book-signing switches between hardback and paperback. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in 3-Day Weekend (2008). See more »
Soundtracks You Should See Me Now See more »
Quotes Punch Epstein: You don't have a cell phone, do you?
Ethan Green: No.
Punch Epstein: Oh my God, that is so hot! A gay guy without a cell phone.
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