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Kevin is a jaded aspiring actor whose only real success in life is his career as a restaurant waiter. Drew is the wide-eyed Midwest transplant who just wants to be Kevin. When Kevin is forced to train this newbie, sparks fly, and things get messy.
Amusing, easy, sexy, not convincing, superficial, using a kind of mistery and irony, one of summer films who are far by high ambitions. two guys, a relation mixing comradery and fascination and admiration and something else, few drops of drama and two different characters with the expectations, desires and illusions. the bodies are the basic detail. so, one of too many films about...nothing. except the not most noble desires of a precise target.
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