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Jimmy's House of Hugs (2004)

Welcome to Jimmy's House of Hugs where women come for hugs and comfort. Meet Jimmy, his employees, and clients, as Jimmy explains how his business came to be and how it meets the needs of women.

Director:

Julia Radochia

Writer:

Julia Radochia
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Cast

Credited cast:
Anne Allaire Anne Allaire ... Abby
Eric Casaccio ... Paul
Alfred DiMaio Alfred DiMaio ... Tim
P.J. Marino ... Teddy
Stacy Marr Stacy Marr ... Lynn
Megan Molloy ... Christine
Julia Radochia ... Rachel
Gianfranco Russo ... Jimmy
Dwight R. Williams Dwight R. Williams ... Edwin
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Welcome to Jimmy's House of Hugs where women come for hugs and comfort. Meet Jimmy, his employees, and clients, as Jimmy explains how his business came to be and how it meets the needs of women.

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hugging | male brothel | See All (2) »

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Welcome to Jimmy's House of Hugs

Genres:

Comedy | Short

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$500 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

House of Hugs Productions See more »
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Color:

Color
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Funny and fabulous
14 May 2005 | by ezzmerelda_8See all my reviews

I love this short. I see many indie films and this one is both original and hilarious. Every woman I've shown it to loves it, and thinks it is too funny. They also usually want to see it over and over again. It's the ultimate chick-flick short. The actor who plays Jimmy is perfect for the part. He is totally believable, charismatic and hot! The other actors make it work, but Jimmy carries the film. The set and location were for the most part well done. The script is fabulous and the idea original. It reminds me of what Saturday Night Live skits use to be back when it was at it's peak. My reason for not giving it a 9 or 10 is that in places the sound quality could be better and also the lighting is sometimes a bit dark and sometimes a bit light. It's an enjoyable film. I look forward to seeing more of Julia Radochia's films.


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