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Every Dog's Day
(ON DEMAND)

DIRECTED BY - Andy Biscontini

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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

RUNTIME - 70 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 2005

FORMAT - DVD Region 1

COUNTRY - United States

LANGUAGE - English

SUBTITLES - French

ATTRIBUTES - Color

SPECIAL FEATURES (DVD Only) -

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.

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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