SUSAN is the story of those men and women who go to war, and even though they survive physically, they return with serious mental health issues that destroy their lives. In this case, pure unconditional love brings emotional peace.
Four soccer moms struggle to balance their busy schedules, family lives, and sanity: Meg, an overachieving people pleaser; Barbara, a recent divorcee; Rocky, a high-maintenance diva; and ... See full summary »
At a party, Jason meets Amy and asks for her number, to which she responds, 'Why, what do you want?" Each in their thirties and tired of the usual dating rituals and mind games, they then proceed to get extremely honest right away.
Allen C. Gardner
Allen C. Gardner,
Alex is a television station intern and ambitious to further his career when he scoops an interview with the shock-video artists Jon & Marta Henley. It seems like the break he's been hoping... See full summary »
When a nineteen-year-old boy, Zach Carter, decides to ambush his girlfriend at her house one night in order to catch her cheating on video, he and his friends are hit with some devastating ... See full summary »
Jeff S. Chimenti
Unable to get over the tragic loss of the love of his life and stuck with a day job of editing adult videos, Chase meets an unlikely ally, Valentine - a call girl who works under the various personas she has created for herself. Is Chase ready to uncover Valentine's dark secrets?
The Waiter is a man who has lost his purpose in life. While being pushed from job to job he realizes the errors of his ways, but only when he is in the depths of his own hell. Now he must battle for his life and the lives of other innocent people around him.Written by
The film was shot entirely on a Panasonic AG-DVX100A digital camcorder that was modified with after-market components from ReelStream via the Andromeda conversion. The camera was upgraded with a system able to pull true HD straight from the CCD chips, and was also fitted with a 35mm lens adapter (Red Rock). So, when accompanied by a five lens primes package, the camera produced an amazing film look. See more »
THE WAITER was a SOLID film with a great and recognizable cast that delivered amazing performances. Totally an underdog that surprised me. I was also impressed with this new writer/director JASON KONOPISOS, I've never heard of this dude but he sure as hell did an excellent job with making the film. Especially after I read about all of the obstacles they faced during the production of the film, I'm amazed with the result. I'm sure we will be seeing a lot more of this guy's work. Not only does this movie serves it's pure purpose with entertainment but it's interesting as well cause it makes you think. Which this kind of genre of film sometimes lacks, but not THE WAITER.
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