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Every Dog's Day (DVD)

DIRECTED BY - Andy Biscontini


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RUNTIME - 70 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 2005

FORMAT - DVD Region 1

COUNTRY - United States

LANGUAGE - English

SUBTITLES - French

ATTRIBUTES - Color

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A singing Indian shirt-manufacturing heir exiled in Brooklyn offers $30,000 for a green-card wife and sets off a race between a trio of down-and-out hustlers to find him a bride for a cut of the money in a funny and colorful fable that celebrates and satirizes the folly of life, liberty, and the pursuit of cash in post-9/11 New York City.

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Film Info

"It's sorta like IT'S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD made for peanuts and directed by Jim Jarmusch, with assists from the ghosts of Robert Altman and Frank Tashlin. It's loose and fun, surprisingly sweet and charming and well worth your time. What's more, the thing is an ensemble piece with a (uniformly excellent) cast so large, chances are if you've ever spent any kind of time in the city you probably know someone in there. Or, more likely, been swindled by them." -- Wyatt Doyle

 

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Director

Andy Biscontini

Actor

John Fukuda

Actor

Elyas Kahn

Actor

C.S. Lee

Actor

Steve Cuiffo

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Press

Q: How did Every Dogs Day come about?

A: The original idea came from a guy I was working with shortly after moving to New York City in 1996. I commented that I needed $500 in a hurry to put down a security deposit (on the apartment I still live in in Williamsburg) and he suggested that I find an immigrant who needed a greencard and a crackhead who needed fifty bucks and arrange for them to marry, do the paperwork, and charge him $500 or whatever he was willing to pay. At the time, there were few security barriers and it was apparently pretty much standard practice.

 

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starstarstarhalf a starFunny and Quirky

written by itsanewray on Jan 21st, 2012read all my reviews

this review is from: Every Dog's Day (ON DEMAND)

Pretty good movie. A bit predictable - but still a solid plot. Nice ensemble. A few laugh out loud scenes.

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