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Two-Bit Waltz (2014)

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Suspension from school, the loss of a friend, a broken heart and lack of inspiration lead to Maude's downfall in this romp through teenage error.

Director:

Clara Mamet

Writer:

Clara Mamet
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Cast

Credited cast:
Clara Mamet ... Maude
William H. Macy ... Carl
Jared Gilman ... Bernie
Rebecca Pidgeon ... Anita
Ella Dershowitz ... Jenny
John Pirruccello ... The Therapist
David Paymer ... The Lawyer
Matt Malloy ... Guidance Counselor
Matt O'Leary ... Max
Willow Hale ... Granny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Malia Bryne Malia Bryne ... Ballerina #2
Dean Cates ... Teacher
Annie True D'Elia Annie True D'Elia ... Student
Kai De Mello-Folsom Kai De Mello-Folsom ... Student
Edward Enriquez-Cohen ... Mourner (as Edward E. Cohen)
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Storyline

In the wonderfully dysfunctional tradition of The Royal Tenenbaums, teenage years are always messy... but for Maude, things couldn't seem more tragic. Within one week just prior to her 18th birthday, she is suspended from school, stranded by her best friend, dumped by the boy she "loves", and Granny just died leaving her an enormous amount of money under one condition: Maude must go to college which she does not want to do and her wildly eccentric family is no help at all. Of course... It's a comedy! Written by monterey media inc.

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From Executive Producer David Mamet See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language including a sexual reference | See all certifications »
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"Two Bit Waltz" star William H. Macy, David Paymer, Rebecca Pigeon and Matt Malloy who star in State and Main (2000). See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
The Therapist: And why is it that you're here?
Maude: I saw a sign today that said, "Randy's donuts, tastiest donuts you've ever endured."
The Therapist: And why is it that you're here?
Maude: I want to die.
The Therapist: Recently, how have you been occupying your time?
Maude: I haven't been.
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Nepotism rules supreme
15 November 2019 | by SamUnfiltered1979See all my reviews

Two bit waltz is what happen when a really good directors child gets to direct a movie because their daddy is a director. Clara Mamet is a cinematic train wreck. She has no acting ability. Unless you call doing a Ellen Page in Juno impression in every show and movie she is in a talent. Her writing skills have the intellectual depth of a kiddie pool at Six Flags. Her directing skills are on par with a 6 year old teaching a poodle to jump through a hoop. I am mad that Mamet was allowed the funds and resources to make this turd of a movie when other good directors struggle so hard but don't have the luck to be the offspring of a really good Director. This movie shows why Mamet has not directed anything since. Check out her fathers movies. But this is overwhelming proof as to why Nepotism should be banned in Hollywood. Or at least change the spelling of Nepotism to C-L-A-R-A M-A-M-E-T.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Two Bit Waltz See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$136, 26 October 2014

Gross USA:

$2,540

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,540
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EBF Productions See more »
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