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Head, Heart and Balls... or Why I Gave Up Smoking Pot (2007)

A young musician named Pete must overcome his insecurities, his overbearing parents, and a pot-induced anxiety attack in order to get to Woodstock and lose his virginity with the girl of his dreams.

Director:

Peter Foldy

Writer:

Peter Foldy
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Cast

Credited cast:
Houston Graham Houston Graham ... Pete
Angelica May Angelica May ... Judy / Moonbeam (as Angélica Magaña)
Adam Carolla ... Anxiety
Jordan Potter ... Jake
Luke Baybak ... Leon
Steven Christopher Parker ... Danny
James Wellington ... Dad
Marianne Ferrari Marianne Ferrari ... Mom
Claudia Ross Claudia Ross ... Nurse
Paul Michael Robinson Paul Michael Robinson ... Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tim Essary Tim Essary ... Tim
Lee Welsch Lee Welsch ... Shirt buyer
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A young musician named Pete must overcome his insecurities, his overbearing parents, and a pot-induced anxiety attack in order to get to Woodstock and lose his virginity with the girl of his dreams.

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A little weed, a lot of anxiety.

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 September 2007 (UK) See more »

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Cerebral Wonderland
Written by Peter Foldy
Performed by Peter Foldy
Published by Bondi Music (ASCAP)
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This is an excellent period comedy piece that surely rates 10 stars.
17 September 2008 | by jmcbride-5See all my reviews

Warm, nostalgic and hilarious! Set in 1969, a coming of age experience that grabs you in the first frame and never lets you down. Adam Carolla is wonderful as the spirit presence that pushes the young protagonist into growing a pair. Houston Graham is great as the lead. James Wellington is side-splitting as the tough guy dad. If you were there in the late 60's this one will really take you back. The photography and musical score are flawless in capturing the era. I saw this at one of the film festivals and the audience roared the entire way. Director Peter Foldy really did a masterful job. Do yourself a favor and catch this one if you can!


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