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False Alarm (2006)

A romantic comedy about a slightly taboo, perfectly acceptable expression of love in contemporary society.

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Casimir Nozkowski
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Cast

Cast overview:
Will Carlough ... Frank
Hannah Bos ... Agent Mandy
Seth Berkowitz ... Agent Mark
Casimir Nozkowski ... Officer Gogol
Ben Fine Ben Fine ... Reporter (as Benjamin Ellis Fine)
Celeste Balducci Celeste Balducci ... Mom (as Celeste)
Jennifer Johnson Jennifer Johnson ... The Minor
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A solitary man logs off the Internet and there immediately follows an insistent knock at his apartment door. He opens the door to a police officer, weapon drawn, who orders him to the floor. She's looking for a pedophile, and is soon supported by two other officers, a reporter who's gotten wind of the bust, and the now-handcuffed-man's mother. To each new person, he explains that he was on line looking to meet a woman willing to participate in a "perfectly acceptable expression of love in contemporary society." He's embarrassed, the cops check out the legality of what he's been looking for, and maybe they'll admit that it's a false alarm. The woman officer is intrigued. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 June 2006 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)
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Graham Avenue Films See more »
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Color
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Won the NYC Midnight Movie-Making Madness First Round Award See more »

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The film that epitomizes the phrase "Guilty Pleasure"!
21 February 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Okay, at the onset, I want you all to understand that this is a very, very adult and very raunchy film. I also want you to understand that it is evil--very, very evil. And, if you watch it and laugh (like I did), then you are a very, very bad person. If this film doesn't epitomize the phrase "guilty pleasure", then I don't know what film does!

A pervert is using an online dating site when suddenly the FBI barges in to arrest him for being a sexual predator. However, he insists that all he's looking for are golden showers and it's perfectly legal...but gross. In fact, how he describes all this and the subsequent conversations with the authorities are all very funny and done in a wonderful deadpan manner. And, in the end, it turns out that they raided the wrong house. Then, in a series of sick twists, one of the agents decides to stay....to talk....or something.

If you are not a kid, this is a good film. It is a nice way of making fun of the sick people that visit bizarre fetish sites and it will make you laugh. The many weird twists at the end are pretty funny, but they might also put you off just a bit. Because of that, I am sure that many won't be particularly in love with this film and it mostly depends on how sick you like your humor.


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