Forty-something Man-Child thinks he and his music has been discovered by a documentary film crew. The truth is, his parents are behind it, who are staging a Life Intervention.

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Steve Moramarco

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Steve Moramarco (story), Steve Moramarco
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Credited cast:
Johnny Angel Johnny Angel ... Johnny Angel
Catherine Carlen ... Dr. Amber Thorne LCSW
Isaac Carlen ... Dr. Carlen (as Isaac Kellman Carlen)
John Ciulik John Ciulik ... John Poddy
Vincent Duvall ... Lt. Duvall
S.A. Griffin ... Dr. Alan Griffin
Katya Nadia Hubiak Katya Nadia Hubiak ... Self - Dancing Crew
Fred Kiko Fred Kiko ... Station Manager
Gina Manziello ... Gina Mussolino
Fred Moramarco Fred Moramarco ... Fred Moramarco
Steve Moramarco ... Steve Moramarco
Paul Noriega Paul Noriega ... Paul Noriega
Johanna Parker Johanna Parker ... Jo
Karen Tarleton ... Sheila Moramarco
Gregg Turkington ... Josh (voice)
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Forty-something Man-Child thinks he and his music has been discovered by a documentary film crew. The truth is, his parents are behind it, who are staging a Life Intervention.

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Hilarious Hollywood Mid-Life Crisis Comedy
4 April 2012 | by swishbuckSee all my reviews

Mr. Moramarco's tour-de-force journey as an over-the-hill everyman (with sanity issues) through a mid-life crisis is full of laughs and good performances. You may get uncomfortable because it may be a lot closer to real life than you initially imagine. Steve is a 43 year old man who is living like a rock- n-roll teenager and his parents are worried about him. They stage an Intervention under the ruse of sending a documentary filmmaker to wants to chronicle Steve's music and career. Steve is introduced to a self-help guru and she sets Steve on a course for self-discovery -- or is it just a bunch of New Age hokum? This film will push your funny button until it's worn out. It's presented in a documentary style format. I highly recommend it. "Change Your Underwear, Change Your Life".


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