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Aguruphobia (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy | September 2015 (USA)
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When Crystal meets her idol, internet guru Nanak, she quickly learns that searching for enlightenment can be dangerous.

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Richard F. Montes
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Pepe Serna ... Nanak
Jade Puga ... Crystal Luna
Carlos Ramirez ... Sandra
Marco Antonio Parra ... Rick (as Marco Parra)
Lia Chapman ... Mary
Robert Hallak ... Rob
Louise Davis Louise Davis ... Lu
Bart Braverman ... Ahmed
Sean McNabb ... Cash
Maggie Wagner ... Reporter
Jeff Blumberg ... Fragile Man
Amentha Dymally Amentha Dymally ... June
Amery Thao ... Monk
Jessica Silvetti Jessica Silvetti ... Sarah
Jason Woods ... Matt
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Richard Montes' Aguruphobia follows Crystal Luna's journey to self-discovery. When Crystal meets her idol, internet guru Nanak, she quickly learns that searching for enlightenment can be dangerous. Only she alone can save her vibrator from the guru's grasp in this offbeat comedy. Written by Safada Y Sano Productions

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Searching For Enlightenment Can Be Dangerous

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Safada Y Sano Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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The Cure For Normal-Phobia
10 December 2015 | by michaelmartin71See all my reviews

Aguruphobia is unlike any other film I've seen, comedy or otherwise, and that's saying something in today's world of formulaic movie making. I saw this in the theater on a whim, and it resulted in seeing it twice. Not sure what to expect I was greeted to a uniquely hilarious and curious storyline, populated by a cast of dazzling, standout characters. It's a roller-coaster ride of strange that always keeps you guessing where things are going. The humor runs strong throughout, but never at the expense of the film's heart: a story about a woman (played excellently by Jade Puga) suffering from a crippling phobia, and her questionable guru Nanak (perfectly embodied by Pepe Serna) who may or may not be exploiting her attempts for a somewhat normal life. The entire experience had me laughing and cheering. If you're a fan of the silly and the heartfelt-offbeat, this is the medicine to cure your phobia of the same old thing. A comedic success!


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