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Friended to Death (2014)

R | | Comedy | 2 May 2014 (USA)
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A dark comedy about a social media junkie who fakes his own death via social media just to see which of his "friends" will show up to the funeral.

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Sarah Smick

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ryan Hansen ... Michael Harris
James Immekus ... Emile Lewis
Zach McGowan ... Joel
Sarah Smick ... Sylvie / Rhune Muhleif
Ian Michaels ... Kev
Richard Riehle ... Dan
Angela Bullock ... Charlotte Lewis
Robert R. Shafer ... Chuck Henson
Pancho Moler ... Lance
David Barton Harris David Barton Harris ... Vance
Joanna Sanchez ... Rosalita
Joseph Barone ... Hipster
Bo Youngblood ... Hipster girlfriend
Gabriel Oliva ... Whit
Amina Warsuma ... Widow
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A dark comedy about a social media junkie who fakes his own death via social media just to see which of his "friends" will show up to the funeral.

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Comedy

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Rated R for language including some crude sexual references
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zalajkowany na smierc See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Green Step Productions See more »
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Funny satire focusing on social media & and how it affects lives
25 May 2014 | by Ssoulema-1See all my reviews

Friended To Death is a witty film with fun, over the top characters whose antics are both hysterical and heartbreaking.The film illustrates just how far a social media addict might go to find out who his real friends are. Michael Harris is a detestable parking enforcement officer played by Ryan Hansen, who lives for social media. He makes a decision to use Facebook to test his relationships. In this funny, zany film, while we laugh at the wild antics, we'll see a little bit of ourselves. The actors did an amazing job of bringing life to this "sign of our times" story. Congratulations to the filmmakers for giving voice to the profound role social media plays in our lives. I highly recommend this totally enjoyable film!


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