Telling of the Shoes (2014)

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"Telling of the Shoes" chronicles a Manhattan dinner party that starts out good-natured and turns unexpectedly dark as alcohol-fueled party guests eschew their mantles of reserve, turning quick-witted sparring into full-fledged skewering.

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9 May 2014 | kcez
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| Well Heeled story with Sole
I loved this film. It's not for anyone looking for comedy or action or sophomoric antics, but, someone who wants to think and likes to be a fly on the wall. It's a roller coaster of a night. They like to pound the alcohol and let the punches fly. There were a few unexpected twists. I thought the actors did a brilliant job and I really loved the writing. It was clever and thought provoking. Emma Caulfield really is a dark horse in this, with a striking performance. Taylor Dayne offered a lot of the comedy relief and was just terrific. Julie Warmer, Stephen Brand, and Nick Stabile were equally as effective in their roles, giving very believable portrayals. I only remember Lacey Chabert from "Mean Girls," and it was refreshing to see her as a young woman struggling with secrets. She was lovely. An indie film with sole.

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