Life Makes Sense If You're Famous (2002)

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A short film about a movie star from humble beginnings and his three friends.

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15 August 2015 | Syl
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| Life makes sense when you're famous!
This short film is a strange one. I don't get it. I only watched this short film and others on the "American Breakdown" DVD. I have to say it is forgettable about life and fame in Los Angeles, California. The film about a car accident and meeting famous people don't make sense to me. I thought the accident would have been better if the driver and victim had more of a relationship. I didn't get the ending at all. Perhaps the film was done by a film student who put too much in this short. The short has promise at times but falls short on delivery. I barely recognized anybody in this short film. I wonder what the director and writer were thinking about it in making this film.

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