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Bitch (2006)

BITCH (Keira Leverton) is a pop-culture vigilante, who administers beat-downs to many deserving folk. Be it your pretentious taste in music, your fugly clothes, your insipid ... See full synopsis »

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Keira Leverton ...
Bitch
Juan Garcia ...
Fucker
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Dipshit
Gregorio ...
Shit-Head Boss (as Zia Harris)
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Vaguely Hot Old Chick
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Hook It Up Host, Kay-Cee
Sean Dodder ...
Insufferable Prick
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Geek
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Suicide Girl
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Moron #1
Wally Lozano ...
Moron #2
Jason Charles Boyd ...
Poseur (as Jason Boyd)
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Some Dude
Brian Gallagher ...
Chump-on-Skates
Jerry Baxter ...
Old Black Dude
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BITCH (Keira Leverton) is a pop-culture vigilante, who administers beat-downs to many deserving folk. Be it your pretentious taste in music, your fugly clothes, your insipid pseudo-intellectual rantings, or your poseur attitude, she will find you and she will make you pay.

Love is for losers, and PDA couples make BITCH want to puke razor blades. That is until she meets FUCKER (Juan Garcia), a guy as antisocial as she is. Can they regulate the poseurs of the world together? Only if she can win him, but she may have to kick his ass first.

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Love at first sneer.

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Short | Comedy

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1 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Razor sharp wit
21 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Bitch is one of the few great, legitimately funny student shorts I have seen. The story is simple -- somewhere in West LA, an bitchy but secretly self-conscious record store clerk catches an antisocial punk stealing records (he refuses to sample beats off of anything but vinyl because he's "a real musician") but the two misfits somehow up falling for each other. However, there is much more than a simple love story here. The Los Angeles backdrop acidly satirizes superficial youth subculture and fakeness. Vandenburgh manages to shred both buffoonish pseudo-radicals in Che t-shirts and vapid, anorexic MTV spring breakers in the same stroke. There are really no holes in this movie -- the writing, acting, casting, beautiful black and white cinematography and snappy editing are all done right. I hope to see more of Vandenburgh's work in the future, she has a bright one.


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