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Romey & Jules (2006)

Romey & Jules is the story of a forbidden romance between a Clown and a Mime. Jules, set to wed Cappy the Mime in a marriage arranged by her upper crust family, met and fell in love with ... See full summary »

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Andy Nelson (as Andy Putman-Nelson)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Dale Hoff Dale Hoff ... Romey
Loring Olk Loring Olk ... Ty the Detective
Amanda Schaar Amanda Schaar ... Jules
Kirby Soderberg Kirby Soderberg ... Cappy
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Romey & Jules is the story of a forbidden romance between a Clown and a Mime. Jules, set to wed Cappy the Mime in a marriage arranged by her upper crust family, met and fell in love with Romey, a lowly clown who tended the garden at her family's estate. Romey, forced to leave town after their secret romance was revealed, pined for his Jules and vowed to return and rescue her from the fate of marrying a mime she did not love. Our story finds the lovers in the midst of their escape, holed up in the seedy Clowntown Motel. Unbeknownst to them, Cappy has enlisted the services of Ty Baltimore, a relentless, battle-scarred private detective to help track down Jules and bring her home, by any means necessary. Will Romey and Jules live happily ever after or will their love end in tragedy? Written by Douglas Passon

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mime | love | clown | detective | neo noir | See All (11) »

Genres:

Short | Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Unique and well-shot
21 January 2007 | by anvideanSee all my reviews

You'll enjoy the humor in this short. Don't forget to look for several sight gags including the status of the heart on Romey's forehead. But my favorite element was the way it was shot cinematographically. The director chose many creative camera angles and stunning image choices, including the highlighted select red amidst black and white. Definitely worth a look. I enjoyed the "special features," too, as I gained some insight about the film's making from the actors' commentary. My main disappointment was not getting to hear from Amanda Schaar. The other actors raved about her, but she was unavailable due to another worthy project (sigh).


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