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The Adventure Golf Guy (2005)

Big-hearted Peter Green is everyone's hero on the twisting, turning, diving and crazily rolling hills of his adventure golf course. On a day like any other, Peter takes on Joe, the new ... See full summary »

Director:

Keith Jefferies

Writer:

John C. Ardussi
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Cast

Credited cast:
Liz Brent Liz Brent ... Cute Woman
Scott Liening Scott Liening ... Peter Greene
Alex Mendiola Alex Mendiola ... Joe Shlamazel
Norm Roth Norm Roth ... Gordon Gildersleeve
Jim Selleck ... Chris Stryker
Andrea Ilene Shapiro ... Little Girl (as Andrea Shapiro)
Alex M. Stephen Alex M. Stephen ... Bratty Kid
Garth Stephen Garth Stephen ... Bratty Kid's Dad
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Big-hearted Peter Green is everyone's hero on the twisting, turning, diving and crazily rolling hills of his adventure golf course. On a day like any other, Peter takes on Joe, the new course pro. Womanizer, slacker; Joe just doesn't get it as Peter connects us to the beauty of a simple life--a life where honest to goodness values always triumph. Written by Keith Jefferies

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Genres:

Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 November 2005 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$350 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Peter Greene: Some people confuse Adventure Golf with Miniature Golf. Adventure Golf doesn't include clowns' heads and windmills. It is a serious game of skill.
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1st Class Love
Written and Performed by The Elevations
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A Clerksian Short with high production value and chuckle-factor.
15 April 2006 | by zaulhghevSee all my reviews

The short film "Adventure Golf Guy" recently won the Independent Short Film competition at the Central Michigan International Film Festival. The judges (of which I was one) found it to be charming, genuinely entertaining, and quirky in the same vein as "Clerks" but sans the gratuitous language. The film follows a day in the life of the employee who manages and runs Adventure Golf. In short order, we are introduced to an array of characters who feel familiar, yet are unknown when they're introduced. The film uses archetypal characterizations but does so in a way that doesn't feel manufactured so much as simply revealed. The musical score, from several independent groups in Motown, fit the film well and provide an extra sense of the innate ingenuity of the writer/director. While the cinematography is more pedestrian, the film needs no fancy camera-work to sell it's story, doing so on charm along. The film is currently touring other festivals, and I heartily recommend seeing it if you are able.


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