Just a 'quirky' little film full of 'quirky' characters and a more than 'quirky' storyline, centered around 'Duane', a used car salesman. A 'quirky' comedy, where Duane walks a thin line between love and deceit - a careful balancing act between those he cares for, all the while insisting, 'It Don't Mean Nothing'. And ultimately asking the question, "why can't people be more like dogs, and just love each other openly - freely - unconditionally?"Written by
Albert Fry, Jr.
I viewed this film at the recent premiere at the historic Kimo Theatre in Albuquerque, NM.
This movie is so entertaining, and the theme of the title is used very cleverly throughout the film.
The main character, although somewhat immoral is likable.
The direction is very good, as well as the cinematography. The entire cast is very, very good and the characters are believable. Set design is superb...it was filmed at an existing used car dealer in Albuquerque.
I highly recommend this film.
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