When an underground radio DJ makes fun of a fading pop star who happens to listen to his show, the two begin an unlikely relationship. But difficult life and career crossroads jeopardize their idyllic New York romance.
To win the celebrity and self-made wealth he craves, an aimless, twenty-something Manhattan playboy devises a film based on his party-boy, club-going lifestyle, and hires a self-destructive... See full summary »
Deep in the Heart of Texas and Cunningham-Dickerson
Now here's a truly rare treat these days - a film with true heart. There is also plenty of spirit and pure innocence to be found. The characters are real and I found myself caring for them as the story unfolded. Amy Acker turned in an Oscar-worthy performance and everybody else fit their roles perfectly with Wes Cunningham a natural in his role. This won the Austin Film Festival Audience Award last October so come on somebody and distribute this already! Highly recommended in general and more than suitable for renewing any down-trodden spirits. And last but not least, Brandon Dickerson has delivered in spades and I hope to see more feature length productions from him soon!
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