Antonio 'Tone' is a 30's something single, living with his mother and working a dead-end job at a coffee shop. As he tirelessly tries to stave off the frustrations of his mundane life, he ...
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Antonio 'Tone' is a 30's something single, living with his mother and working a dead-end job at a coffee shop. As he tirelessly tries to stave off the frustrations of his mundane life, he discovers that his most monumental day will also be his most trying.Written by
This film is fun, thoughtful and thought provoking. It tells a story that people in all walks of life can relate to. Writers Carmen Treffiletti and Dan Luby did a great job of putting together a script that was based on the stand up comedy of the film's star Fernando Martinez. Director Carmen Treffiletti then did a great job seeing it through. The cast is loaded with professional stand up comics and very talented actors of all age ranges. Director of Photography Beau Williams also did a fantastic job of covering the scenes and catching the true sense of the story with his approach. For a film done on a very small budget I must say it's a success in film making. In a film we look for characters we care about and to be entertained. No Charge takes us there on both accounts.
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