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The Bob De Niro Fan Club (2014)

It's 1970's New York and a line of muscle cars are at a stop-light when a tough Italian stallion guy gets impatient and begins honking his horn; bad move, 'Fuheddaboudit!' The guy he is honking at is a hitman.

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Adam Ethan Crow

Writer:

Adam Ethan Crow
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Credited cast:
Blake Crimson Blake Crimson ... Al
Anil Desai ... Vito
Robert Toretto Robert Toretto ... Mikey
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It's 1970's New York and a line of muscle cars are at a stop-light when a tough Italian stallion guy gets impatient and begins honking his horn; bad move, 'Fuheddaboudit!' The guy he is honking at is a hitman.

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1970s | f word | See All (2) »

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It's the role of a lifetime, but he only gets one take.

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 February 2014 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Budget:

£6,000 (estimated)
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Ditto Productions See more »
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A Tarantino Style Short Film With a Comedy Flavour
21 February 2014 | by rockingroomSee all my reviews

The Bob De Niro Fan Club is a short gangster film that escorts you into the fictional world of two shady characters resembling Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega from the popular Pulp Fiction film.

The short does it's job well demonstrating the talented Adam Ethan Crow who I recently discovered by way of his stand up performance on you tube, Crow writes and directs this short film with his own unique style that always includes subtle but enjoyable comedy moments. I would recommend checking out his other short film the comedian and his FHM live stand up routine.

I was also impressed with the cinematography by John Smith the combination of Smith and Crow works well and I look forward to seeing more of their collaborations and future projects. The Bob De Niro Fan Club is only 3 minutes long and I don't want to add any spoilers so take 5 and enjoy the film.


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