Taylor Larkin (25) is an eclectic tech chick that recently got a job as a door to door technology collector at Santa Barbara Tech Recycle. On the job she picks up old technologies from ...
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Taylor Larkin (25) is an eclectic tech chick that recently got a job as a door to door technology collector at Santa Barbara Tech Recycle. On the job she picks up old technologies from various people in the neighborhood, but no one has much to give. Laura Ramirez (27) is the high tech-gadget drama queen of the decade. Laura's girlfriend, Annie, fed-up with Laura's tech obsession, throws all of Laura's tech out the window- leaving her alone and techless. Laura decides to donate her gizmos to Santa Barbara Tech Recycle. When Taylor picks up Laura's technology, Laura is charmed by Taylor's old fashioned demeanor. As Laura learns how to navigate her world using alternative modes of technology, Taylor inadvertently discovers that her job doesn't recycle most of the collected technology. In this queer romantic comedy, the two girls learn that repurposing technology builds lasting friendship.Written by
Over and Out is such a cute comedy. My only complaint is that I didn't want it to end. It was just too short. I felt it was like watching the first episode of a great, new, hip situation comedy and I would look forward to the whole season. The no-tech idea is perfect for this era when everyone is inundated with technology. I just flew from New Orleans to Oakland yesterday. Walking down the aisle, I lost count of the number of lap tops, ipads, and ipods that were in use. Wow, is this perfect timing for a cute story like this. But, as much as I love the idea of a situation comedy, I can also see this film as a full feature film. After a few minutes into the film, I could see Drew Barrymore playing the lead character Taylor. Drew's talent for being quirky and lovable would be a perfect fit for this role.
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