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The Pitch (2007)

An obnoxious Hollywood bigwig prepares to pitch his life to the most discerning critic of all - God.


(as Richard Dargan)


(as Richard Dargan)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Reuben Finkelstein ... Myron
Beth Bailey ... Alexis
Larry Watts ... Greg
Scott Sharot ... Howard Friendly
Jeffrey Jacquin ... Pitching Screenwriter
Audra Charity ... Pitching Screenwriter
... Pitching Screenwriter
Jess Hatfield ... Pitching Screenwriter
Gorneth D'Oyley ... Pitching Screenwriter
David Valdez ... Waiting Screenwriter
Laurie Volkin ... Waiting Screenwriter
Sharon Van Ivan ... Screenwriter
Steven Blacksmith ... Charlie Cooper
Hugh Elliot ... Narrator
... Aspiring Actress


An obnoxious Hollywood bigwig prepares to pitch his life to the most discerning critic of all - God.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


An obnoxious Hollywood producer prepares to pitch his life to the most discerning critic of all: God.


Short | Comedy





Release Date:

28 July 2007 (USA)  »

Filming Locations:


Box Office


$6,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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A bit crude but awfully clever
12 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

This short film is definitely not one for the kids, as the main character is a very crude and obnoxious film producer--so obnoxious and mean that his language is quite "colorful" to say the least. However, this is all in keeping with the sort of sociopathic guy he is supposed to be--a truly awful and soul-less scumbag who is about to enter the afterlife. Once there, he learns that everyone's life is made into a promo--and if it pleases God, they get to go to Heaven. Well, he's a tricky ex-producer and manages to get a bit of a reprieve--so he can go back to Earth and undo his evil ways. And, at least for a while, he's sweet and caring. However, a build up of rage and evil can't stay bottled up for long. Can he manage to avoid being cruel and nasty or is he destined for the highway to Hell?

While the theology behind the film is quite suspect, it is very funny and engaging--especially for an independent short. Clever writing and acting make this a funny little guilty pleasure.

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