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Paul, the owner of Duke's Coffee shop, is a bookworm, agoraphobe who starred in adult movies when he was in his teens. He is far too angry at himself to forgive anyone. He tells himself ... See full summary »

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Randall Gifford

Writer:

Randall Gifford
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mark E. Fletcher Mark E. Fletcher ... Paul
Tim McGrath ... Bob
Kym Jackson ... Rene
Molly Alvarez Molly Alvarez ... April
Taylor Van Doorne Taylor Van Doorne ... Emily
Dani Playel Dani Playel ... Chrystal
Casey Monroe Casey Monroe ... Douggie
Mark Wood Mark Wood ... Uncle Saul
Maya Waterman Maya Waterman ... Irate customer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gary Robert Bley ... Detective (as Gary Bley)
Jennie Floyd ... Confused Customer
Lauren Henry Lauren Henry ... Headset Woman
Jennifer Lauryn ... Meek April
Danny Naten ... Chaz
Cheryl Noe Cheryl Noe ... Nadia
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Paul, the owner of Duke's Coffee shop, is a bookworm, agoraphobe who starred in adult movies when he was in his teens. He is far too angry at himself to forgive anyone. He tells himself that he's searching for something, but he's really just waiting for something new to come to him. Enter Rene, a reality TV writer who specializes in scripting male tantrums. Written by Randall Gifford

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Have you ever thought about who is sitting next to you in the coffee shop? You should.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Duke's Cafe See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Doubleshot Films See more »
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Color
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Very good
21 September 2012 | by the2degreeSee all my reviews

Cast is excellent. The movie is cheap, sometimes deep, sometimes a little hollow, but it stayed interesting from about ten minutes in on. I know that this was made for no money, but I would have liked to see better visuals. The score is very good and does not intrude. A special nod to Jody Stevenson who has remarkable screen presence. I know that she's been in other things since, but this is a really strong start to her acting career. The leads are convincing and play it pretty cool. They've been asked to breathe life into a subject that is kind of taboo. What is the life of a porn star who retires at nineteen? Fletcher carries the guilt and weight of the main character well.


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