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Timothy J. Cox
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Justin Andrew Davis,
Leslie Lynn Meeker,
Filmed in black and white. Boring. Uneventful. No plot. Poor acting. No humor. And that's the positive side of this film. Don't waste your time on this one. I imagine you'd enjoy watching paint dry more than watching this. To be honest with you, about half way through I had to turn it off and move on. I kept waiting for something to happen to keep me watching, but there was nothing. Nothing at all. Just people talking with the doorman. Again, don't waste your time.
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