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Adam Trent: Real Magic (2006)

Adam Trent, internationally known magician and performing artist, stars in this faux reality pilot. Adam kicks off his national tour in his home town of Boulder, Colorado but nothing seems to go his way.

Director:

Brian McCulley

Writer:

Brian McCulley
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Adam Trent Adam Trent ... The Magician
Brian McCulley ... The Manager
John Crockett ... Javi Thomas
Tyler James ... Jeremy Spencer
Rachel Levine ... Rachel Rogers
Kameron Knox ... The Best Friend
Dorinda Dercar ... Dotti
Shelby Malone ... The Girlfriend
Chris Coughlin Chris Coughlin ... Tom
Sarah Sweet Sarah Sweet ... Sarah Smith
Benjamin Kroger ... Guy in car
Heather Soon ... Young School Teacher
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Adam Trent, internationally known magician and performing artist, stars in this faux reality pilot. Adam kicks off his national tour in his home town of Boulder, Colorado but nothing seems to go his way.

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Taglines:

Who says illusions aren't real!

Genres:

Short | Reality-TV

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Denver, Colorado, USA

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Budget:

$45,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

AEC Studios See more »
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Color
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I was confused
28 January 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

I must admit that when I watched this short film I was confused. While at times it definitely looked like a mockumentary (i.e., a film pretending to be a documentary), at other times it appeared to be like a reality show. Well, after doing some searching on the web, I was able to determine that the film was real. Now I still am not sure if PARTS of the film were made up--such as the really, really strange squealing girl who "wanted to do anything, anything to help" or the guy running like a maniac in the parking lot--they looked staged. If this girl is real--yikes.

All this leads to my biggest complaint about the film. It didn't seem to take a clear path. If it was real, this needed to be clarified and if it wasn't then it needed more laughs. I realize the film makers are young an experienced and it did show promise--I just hope on future projects their objective is more defined.


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