NYC ad exec Holly Maddux dreams of the perfect life, the perfect job, and of course, the perfect man to sweep her off her feet. When she wakes up one day to find the "perfect man" awaiting her, who is nothing more than a mannequin come to life, she must decides if "perfect" is the perfect fit for her.
NYC ad exec Holly Maddux can't help but notice the window display she passes by on her way to work every day, the one with the perfect, hunky mannequin. But when Holly slips one day in front of the store and hits her head, she wakes up to find a perfect, hunky gentleman by her side, helping her up. Holly hits it off with her new beau, and soon things are going along... well, perfectly. But when Holly begins to discover that the pressure to be perfect all the time is not all that it's cracked up to be, she has to make a choice between the perfect life she's always dreamed of... and the real love that's been waiting for her all along.Written by
Claire Coffee does her best - but this turkey should have been left in the freezer
The premise is that our female lead get's involved with a Male mannequin who comes to life. This is quite a challenge to Coffee - as 99% of her male cast are also as wooden as a Canadian theme park. There is little in the way of budget, so somebody thought they could disguise that fact, by over-writing the script by 300%. Consequently everyone is gabbling like geese to get through their scene - and every scene is just endles pointless talking. The Director is a total amateur and my genuine sympathy goes out to the film and sound Editors, who did top work to rescue a Director who obviously "under shot" this lo-budget exercise.
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