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    Robin Mountjoy and Andrew Harrington deliver trendsetting, raw and intense performances alongside Hollywood legend Steve Guttenberg. Steve is featured as the gritty Micky Beans – cooking and booking for troubled youth at a group home where the only thing more disturbed than the patients may be the doctor. Dr. Stern, played by Andrew Harrington, desperately manipulates the system with twisted insurance fraud schemes to cover his gambling addiction and lust for teenage girls. The inevitable boiling point is almost too much to bear for the hard-living doctor. With issues and tissues for miles and a bookie on his ass, Dr. Stern keeps the doors open and the patients revolving while his wife looks on with lies, lust, and dreams of Vegas. Meanwhile, hard drinking musician and family man Dwayne Reynolds played by the writer and director Robin Mountjoy takes matters into his own hands, hell bent on revenge. The movie is filled with characters who will make you laugh, cry, and be thankful you don’t share their meds. With a slammin’ soundtrack, the world of Quick to Duck will make you think, and rock.

     

     

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    This is a film about people who have cats, who work with cats, who rescue cats, who care for cats, who would benefit from having a cat, who once had a cat, who are about to adopt a cat. It is about love, loss, companionship: the intersection of human and non-human intelligence and consciousness.

    We’re shooting this across the US and Canadian midwest and in our backyard, the Pacific NW.  More at MeinKat.com….

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    DOGS HAVE MASTERS, CATS HAVE STAFF: MEIN KAT
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