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Finding Bliss (2009)

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A romantic comedy that explores the adult film industry through the eyes of an idealistic 25 year-old award winning film school grad.

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Cast

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Jeff Drake (as Matt Davis)
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Bliss / Laura
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Kathleen (as Donnamarie Recco)
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Dick Harder
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Irene Fox
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Sindi
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Gary
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Debra Balaban
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Alan Balaban
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Kato
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Jake B. Bigg (as Marcus J. Spencer)
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Stormy Daniels
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Garry Marshall
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Storyline

Jody has arrived in Hollywood, fresh out of a New York film school with student awards in hand, and ready to get her film made. Problem is Jody can't get a job and can't get anybody to read her script. The only job Jody can get is as an editor at a porn production company. Still determined to get her film made, Jody attempts to use the studio's facilities, but the repercussions if she gets caught, might be more than she can handle. Written by napierslogs

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexual content including graphic dialogue and nudity, and for language | See all certifications »

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15 December 2011 (Netherlands)  »

Also Known As:

Az öröm nyomában  »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,115, 6 June 2010, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$8,983, 24 June 2010
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There are several porn scenes shown being shot or on an editing screen during this movie, but none of them show full male frontal nudity. However, Jamie Kennedy, who plays one of the actors shooting both of the movies within this movie, is not shown exposing his genitals during a porn sex scene, but instead is shown exposing his full genitals at a party, which is not a scene in either of the movies being filmed within this movie. See more »

Quotes

Little Jody: [at the dinner table] Daddy... what's a blowjob?
Jody Balaban: [cut to Little Jody over her father's lap, screaming as he gives her a spanking]
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Jody Balaban: I couldn't say "blowjob" for *ten years* after that - let alone *give* one.
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Love Unconditional
Written by Asha Puthli and Dario Carli
Performed by Asha Puthli
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Intelligently funny with depth and surprises
3 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

After seeing "Amy's O," I vowed to watch everything by this filmmaker I could get my hands on. I was not disappointed by "Finding Bliss" except that Julie Davis, herself was not in it. The cast was very strong anyway, and things that usually disappoint me in comedies never did in this one. It's smart without being self-conscious; it's sexy without losing subtlety and it's romantic but never sappy. It doesn't hit you on the head with a message but it has one, which deepens it beyond many romantic comedies. Just when I thought I was sure I knew what would happen next, I was surprised and delighted to be wrong. I will watch it again because I was laughing too hard to get all the gems. One of the most tasteful films I've seen in a long time.


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