Reeling from a brutal break-up, Kira sleeps with Max, a charming but disheveled wreck already committed to long-term girlfriend Sara. Max (no emotional sophisticate) becomes obsessed, ... See full summary »

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Dia Sokol Savage (as Dia Sokol)

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Dia Sokol Savage (as Dia Sokol), Lauren Veloski
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Credited cast:
Wiley Wiggins ... Max Callahan
Kenya Miles Kenya Miles ... Kira Marks
Andrew Bujalski ... Mason
Donovan Baddley Donovan Baddley ... Simon
Ia Hernandez Ia Hernandez ... Sara
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mia Blankensop Mia Blankensop ... Penny
Jaime Borschuk Jaime Borschuk ... Girl with Black Glasses
Alyssa Campbell Alyssa Campbell ... Amy
Mark Capraro Mark Capraro ... Movie Goer #1
Keith Cowling Keith Cowling ... Concession Stand Cashier
Naomi Daysog Naomi Daysog ... Woman in Bathroom
Derek Fagerstrom Derek Fagerstrom ... Jonathan
Fay Ferency Fay Ferency ... Pancake
Elvie Hernandez Elvie Hernandez ... Aunt Suze
Spencer Hicks Spencer Hicks ... Movie Goer #2
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Reeling from a brutal break-up, Kira sleeps with Max, a charming but disheveled wreck already committed to long-term girlfriend Sara. Max (no emotional sophisticate) becomes obsessed, mostly with Kira, but vaguely with his curious lack of conscience as well. Kira, fighting to win a job she hates and running aimless romantic loops, faces the precarious double challenge of choosing a next step and charting a course back to sanity. Good luck leading with your heart, when your heart is an utter emotional idiot. Written by sorrythanksfilm.com

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An unromantic comedy

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Most pointless movie ever made.
8 November 2010 | by bloodyproverbSee all my reviews

"Sorry, Thanks" is an independent film that takes place in San Francisco. The story focuses on two main characters, Max, a loser with a dead-end job and no plans, and Kira, an artist who, according to her friends, settles for less than what she's worth. Kira is in a period of transition, having just gotten out of a long relationship and her old job. She is looking for the next step in her life when she decides on a crap job and has a couple of romantic encounters with the incredibly unappealing Max despite his having a girlfriend who loves him dearly and treats him well.

The film is a series of scenes which were, for the most part, completely unnecessary to the plot, or repetitive, driving in the point that Max is a lazy bum with no morals and no motivation, such as the scene at the beginning in which his bearded friend gives him a ride and tells him how lazy his, or when he and a group of friends are eating and they tell him that he has no morals. I felt that the first half of the film could have been removed and the plot would have been more concrete and the characters just as understood.

This film was not emotionally appealing in any way, it does not come off as comedic as the director seemed to think, and the acting and cinematography were uncomfortable to watch. The idea, from what director Dia Sokol said in a Q and A, was to put together a film displaying a very normal, everyday existence. The characters based on people that she and others involved on the project knew personally in San Francisco and the title is meant to be something so common that one would normally never think about it. To achieve her goal of creating a nondescript environment, she wanted to keep the movie fairly devoid of chemistry or romance, which she certainly achieved, to negative results. The lack of passion from characters and of a conclusion to the abrupt ending leave this film without any particular intrigue. The viewer isn't made to care much about any of the characters and there is no apparent moral. It simply falls flat.


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14 March 2009 (USA) See more »

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San Francisco, California, USA

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