Gina, an Actress, Age 29 (Short 2001)

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Gina, an Actress, Age 29: Directed by Paul Harrill. With Amy Leigh Hubbard, Frankie Faison, David Dwyer, Bonnie Gould. A struggling young actress lands her first job…only to discover that her “part” is to lie to an assembly of factory workers to keep them from unionizing.

“Though this film isnu0026#39;t superb, I had to write a review to balance the previous 1 star review. I donu0026#39;t think this short merits a very high score, but itu0026#39;s certainly above a 1.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eGina is a relatively simple film about and actresses struggle. I would have preferred a bit more dramatic conflict than the story offers, but it is a short, and seems to have a pretty basic agenda. I think that the acting is fine for a low budget independent film, although I would say that some of the cinematography is not very interesting.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI saw this film because Iu0026#39;m in a class taught by Paul Harrill (Writter/Director), and I must say that besides being an excellent teacher, he seems to have a very strong grasp on the producing side of things, as this film was made on an extremely low budget, and with quite limited resources.”


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