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The Master's Preference (2005)

A seemingly innocent conversation between two women, about Alfred Hitchcock's cinematic methods, deteriorates into a murder plot, ala Hitchcock.

Director:

Carlos M. Mora

Writer:

Carlos M. Mora

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Cast

Credited cast:
Denise Amrikhas Denise Amrikhas ... Glinda
Mathilde Garnier-Tobar Mathilde Garnier-Tobar ... Elizabeth
Erica Chen Erica Chen ... Waitress
Barbara Adi Beth Barbara Adi Beth ... Girlfriend - Café
Phil Hilton Phil Hilton ... Boyfriend - Café
Jennie Floyd ... Girlfriend - Patio
Jakob Bokulich ... Boyfriend - Patio
Kiara Kelly Kiara Kelly ... Girlfriend (Shower) (as Kristie Maloney)
Darren Riesz Darren Riesz ... Boyfriend - Bedroom
Sandra E. Mora ... Café Patron (as Sandra Mora)
Christine Dupree ... Café Patron
Joseph Allen Joseph Allen ... Café Patron
Iari Melchor Iari Melchor ... Café Patron
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina D. Dupre Christina D. Dupre ... Café Patron
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Storyline

Two life-long friends, ELIZABETH and GLINDA, meet at a local café for relaxation and good conversation. There conversation soon veers towards their favorite subject - movies. They discuss Alfred Hitchcock's cinematic methods in regards to his ideas on suspense. After a few minutes, their academic discussion takes an unusual and deadly turn. Elizabeth's boyfriend is cheating on her and he and his new girlfriend are in the same café. Glinda asks Elizabeth if they will take care of him like all of the rest. Elizabeth tells a surprised Glinda about the new method that she wants to use to rid herself of the cheating couple. A method that will test Hitchcock's ideas, and an ending that would make "The Master" proud. Written by Thoth

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Alameda County, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$3,000 (estimated)
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Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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References Sabotage (1936) See more »

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