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How to Lose Jobs & Alienate Girlfriends (2014)

First time filmmaker follows his girlfriend and boss chase their dream as musicians. His insecurities flair while struggling to find a story, and begins challenging their flaws, on camera, jeopardizing the film, relationships and careers.

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Thomas Meadmore

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Thomas Meadmore
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Tony Jackson Tony Jackson ... Self
Amanda Medica Amanda Medica ... Self
Thomas Meadmore ... Self
Aaron D'Arcy Aaron D'Arcy ... Self
Monique Brumby Monique Brumby ... Self
Tim Rogers Tim Rogers ... Self
Tom Carroll Tom Carroll ... Self
Ben Roberts Ben Roberts ... Self
Sophie Turner Sophie Turner ... Self
Bojana Novakovic ... Self
Jess McAvoy Jess McAvoy ... Self
Dan Lee Dan Lee ... Self
Kelly Meadmore Kelly Meadmore ... Self
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First time filmmaker follows his girlfriend and boss chase their dream as musicians. His insecurities flair while struggling to find a story, and begins challenging their flaws, on camera, jeopardizing the film, relationships and careers.

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Work vs. Relationships - A Raw, Thought Provoking Story
30 March 2017 | by alex-41-309784See all my reviews

Although it made for uncomfortable viewing at times, this film was a fascinatingly raw depiction of creative endeavor vs. personal relationships; A theme that many artists struggle with on a daily basis. I doubt many people would be as brave (or naive?) as the filmmaker in putting their closest allies, and ultimately themselves, under the microscope. It really does cause one to examine their own work/life balance. This would be interesting for anyone working as a creative, or anyone who knows one well! The storyline is solid and the editing is excellent, keeping the pace all the way through. A filmmaker's journey worth witnessing for sure.


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Country:

Australia

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English

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28 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sweet Dreams See more »

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Go Fish Films See more »
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