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Dim the Fluorescents (2017)

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A struggling actress and an aspiring playwright pour all of their creative energy into the only paying work they can find: role-playing demonstrations for corporate training seminars. When ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Claire Armstrong ... Audrey
Naomi Skwarna ... Lillian
Andreana Callegarini-Gradzik ... Fiona
Brendan Hobin Brendan Hobin ... Bradley
Clare McConnell ... June
Todd Graham Todd Graham ... Gary
Jocelyn Reynolds Jocelyn Reynolds ... Photographer
Anna Maguire ... Harriet
Laura Tanguay Laura Tanguay ... Casting Assistant
Thalia Kane Thalia Kane ... Other Actress 1
Rebecca Payne Rebecca Payne ... Other Actress 2
Bo Martyn Bo Martyn ... Other Actress 3
Kye Fox ... Guy 1
Stanley Bonn Stanley Bonn ... Guy 2
David John Phillips ... Harold


A struggling actress and an aspiring playwright pour all of their creative energy into the only paying work they can find: role-playing demonstrations for corporate training seminars. When they book the biggest gig of their careers at a hotel conference, they commence work on their most ambitious production to date.

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Comedy | Drama



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Release Date:

12 January 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both Of Us
Written by Ron Mael (as Ronald Mael)
Published by BMG Gold Songs o/b/o Avenue Louise Music
Performed by Sparks
Courtesy of Island Records under license from Universal Music Canada Inc.
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A long wait for a surprising end
17 September 2017 | by spayton-2See all my reviews

This movie had a far more interesting trailer than the movie proved to be. The file is just about 2 hours long, and the first 1 hour 40 of that is painful to watch. While the cinema work is pretty good, the acting is TERRIBLE. However, the ending scene, (about 12 - 15 minutes of the end of the movie) delivered a surprisingly spectacular performance. It's almost as if the entire rehearsal was focused on this scene alone, and the rest was podged together. These two leading role actresses suddenly surprise with an extremely well crafted performance. The down side is, it's too little too late. The editors should have taken a heavier hand to the scissor and cut a good 20 to 40 minutes of monotonous non-story advancement, non- character development. In the end I give it a 5, though if I could split the film score, then first hour and 40 minutes gets a 2, the final scene gets a 9.

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