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Love is dumb. Now there's an app for that. A shy engineer desperately needs venture capital for his virtual wing woman app. Can he and his app seduce a heartbroken girl at a swanky LA bar to prove it works?

Director:

Alexander Berman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Braden Lynch ... Paul Marks
Sara Sanderson ... Zoe Sawyer
J.R. Cacia ... Mike Diamond
Ashley Lambert ... App
Selah Victor ... Zoe's Friend
Brett Weinstock ... Pool Player
Brandon Dunaway Brandon Dunaway ... Pool Player Friend
Cooper Hopkins Cooper Hopkins ... Customer Service Voice
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Meredith Berg ... Pool Table Girl (as Meredith Ann Berg)
Kylie Contreary ... Bar Friend
Valerie C. Cornella Valerie C. Cornella ... Bar Patron
Ariana Gallastegui ... Bartender
Sein Gay ... Bar Customer
Tiffanie Hsu Tiffanie Hsu ... Female Bar Patron
Breeanna Judy ... Bar Friend
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Love is dumb. Now there's an app for that. A shy engineer desperately needs venture capital for his virtual wing woman app. Can he and his app seduce a heartbroken girl at a swanky LA bar to prove it works?

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

April 2014 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Featured in season three of Film School Shorts (2013), {On the Prowl (#303)}_. See more »

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Edited into Film School Shorts: On the Prowl (2015) See more »

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Adorable computer genius writes an App designed to help find love.
8 July 2014 | by dustie6669See all my reviews

This short film, excellently written, filmed, produced, directed and acted, is a jewel in the short film world, and deserves a chance to be made into a feature film. Of particular note is the writing which includes witty and smart humor, and never condescends to the audience. The film succeeds without the typical gratuitous sex or violence, and is appropriate for anyone who is at all "App" savvy in today's world. The film is very well acted, especially with Braden Lynch as the male lead: an adorable computer genius who willingly admits to learning Tango because "Mom needed a partner". He looks the part and his earnest persona is a perfect fit for the dialog and interaction with the other characters. This, in direct contradiction to his playing a Russian henchman in "NCIS LA" and a psychopathic killer in "Criminal Minds." The other main actors, Sara Sanderson and JR Cacia, were both perfect as well, once you've seen them in the parts you can't imagine anyone else. Congratulations to everyone involved!


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