The gang decides to give up their backstabbing ways and embrace the giving spirit of the holiday season. Of course if you know Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Dee, and Frank, you realize that this is... See full summary »
Excellent view of the process of film-making and acting
This was an interesting show that I just happened to stumble on. I've seen Alison Duke in my neighborhood and at many functions and always thought she looked so familiar. She's a great director and I loved Raisin' Kane & Booty Nation. This was a cool chance to see her in action with no notes, plot, storyboard, whatever. I think her "topic" was infidelity which she randomly chose off of a board. You really have to be decisive and quick when doing a scene with no guidelines or structure in such a short amount of time and it worked. Her actors were capable on the whole but it was funny that they were both so unwilling/uncomfortable with nudity considering the topic and that it's supposed to be a creatively free atmosphere. I couldn't do what the directors do but I appreciate it more now.
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