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The Last Laugh (2005)

A New York City businessman has recently convinced his wife to forgive him for an affair he had. He promises to turn his life around, until his ex-mistress attempts to re-enter his life...

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Ricardo Urroz

Writer:

Ricardo Urroz
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Cast overview:
Tom Pavey Tom Pavey ... Norman
Malia Jade Hawley Malia Jade Hawley ... Rebecca
Krista Coyle ... Loren
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A New York City businessman has recently convinced his wife to forgive him for an affair he had. He promised to her he'll turn his life around and do things right... until his ex-mistress attempted to reenter his life. Lies, threats, manipulation and cruel jokes will drive this piece to its unexpected conclusion. Written by Ricardo Urroz

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When are we ever free?

Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Budget:

$3,500 (estimated)
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Breathtaking Productions See more »
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Color
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Accepted as an official entry in the 2005 Coney Island Film Festival. See more »

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Watch out! I hope we see more from him.
3 September 2006 | by dvxrentSee all my reviews

I frequently assist to short film festivals more than feature films. The reason is because I believe that from there you can spot promising future films that can help build each time a better world wide cinema.

Although there are some clear flaws in the piece, I believe there are many rights. The acting of the wife leaves much a bad taste of mouth, is like she didn't want to be there. The main actor was mostly great but sometimes a little over the top. The ex-lover, beautiful Young actress and mostly good acting.

But what caught my attention was that it seems that the Director has something to say, it feels that he's hungry to find his voice, his vision and happily I most add I think he's close to do so.

We should keep an eye in this Director 'cause I believe has a lot to offer. I haven't been able to find any other work of him, but for sure I will be searching for more coming from him.

Congrats.

A.I.


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