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Pooltime (2010)

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A 40-something gay man has an intimate pool party for his three best middle-aged gay buddies, wondering privately if that special someone might be among them.

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Mike Donahue

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Mike Donahue (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Inge Jaklyn Inge Jaklyn ... Mama Anna (as Inge Jaklin)
Marcus Harwell Marcus Harwell ... David
Jeffrey Patrick Olson ... Virgil
Mark C. Hanson Mark C. Hanson ... Roger
Junes Zahdi ... Paulo (as Junes B. Zahdi)
Matthew Sordello ... Pizza Boy
Elizabeth da Costa Elizabeth da Costa ... Deanna
Kieran Newton Kieran Newton ... Dexter
William Freeman William Freeman ... Mr. Hutter
GloZell Green ... George
Taylor Burke Taylor Burke ... Mr. Pizzacola
Scott A. Senofonte Scott A. Senofonte ... Pizza Server (as Scott Senofonte)
Adam Allison Adam Allison ... Featured Swimmer
Tom Tangen Tom Tangen ... Tad
Carla Laemmle ... Zelda
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David is well-liked, middle-aged, successful, gay, and lonely but not alone. At his annual weekend pool party, his actions reflect this developing mood as he invites only his three best gay pals - Paulo, Roger and Virgil (all of whom are much like David himself: fairly handsome and fit, intelligent, gay, middle-aged and unattached). As David's thoughts want to head in a particular direction, outsiders keep intruding on his intimate gathering (a freeloading neighbor, a sister needing a babysitter, an old peach grower, and a mother who'd like to see her son connected). The one outsider who seems to be taking his sweet time butting in is the pizza boy with their food order. Written by statmanjeff

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USA

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English

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28 December 2010 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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This is the 100-year-old Carla Laemmle's first film since On Your Toes (1939) and her first credited film role since The Adventures of Frank Merriwell (1936), which she made when she was only 27 years old. A break between film roles of an incredible 73 years. See more »

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David: [on phone] Hey, it's David. I can't have him here this afternoon. He can't be here today. I have guests.
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Drowning on Dry Land
13 February 2011 | by NJMoonSee all my reviews

I try to find one redeeming quality in every film: Here it is the sound and picture quality, which aren't too bad for an indy film. The rest of it, however - acting, directing, script, music - are just about the worst stuff I've ever seen in all my Flixing years. I'd rather sit poolside and watch bugs drown than sit through this inane drivel. I'd suffocate on the smell of chlorine than listen to the idiotic dialogue delivered by characters who run the emotional gamut from A to B. The principal 'boys' in this film aren't too hard on the eyes, but they aren't boys anymore either (which makes their idle poolside chatter even more annoying). Inexplicable appearances by random women - one with a geographically untraceable accent - are absurd. The 100 year old Carla Laemmle is shoe-horned in to the plot and forced to speak in vague gardening metaphors I think neither she nor the foreign women understood. The film's ending - including a laughable montage and an appearance by a long-awaited Pizza Boy (!) - are almost too much too bear. I'm shocked I made it that far. I kept asking "how much worse can it get?" But yet the film managed to constantly exceed my wildest nightmares of banality.


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