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Guy Friends

USA 2024
produced by
Justin Clark, Jonathan Smith for Vile Henchmen Productions
directed by Jonathan Smith
starring Kavita Jariwala, Katie Muldowney, Justin Clark, Michael Dahlgren, Jonathan Smith (voice), James Redfern, Brett Eidman, Wilson Conkwright, Mike Drosos, Jorge Lucas, Patrick Collins, Gabrielle Filloux, Jenyffer Zorrilla, Heather Cole, Chloe Elizabeth Lewis, Phoebe Mattana, Heather Shisler, Kari Hustad, Lauren Schaffel, Alexis Ingram, Karen Summerton, Jaime Klein, Tara Linhardt, Michele Evans, Jacqueline Montroy, Megn
story by Chris Siemasko, Jonathan Smith, screenplay by Jonathan Smith, music by Emi Nishida

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lovely young Jaime (Kavita Jariwala) has always seen herself as a guy's girl, meaning she just gets along better with guys than with girls, and thus over the years has accumulated numerous male friends - all nothing more than friends, really, as she's already in a long-term relationship with Patrick (Michael Dahlgren) - until of course Patrick calls for a relationship break, something she drunkenly posts about on social media. And the next day all her male friends, from her neighbour (James Redfern) to her apartment building's doorman (Brett Eidman) to her regular cabbie (Wilson Conkrwright) to the barista at the café she usually goest to (Mike Drosos) to the receptionist at work (Jorge Lucas) to her boss (Patrick Collins) confess their undying love to her - something she really cannot cope with, also because she loves none of them. The one who spares her a confession of undying love is her friend Ted (Justin Clark), who gives her a clue though as to what's happening, that she's considered herself a guy's girl for so long, she has forgotten all about her being desirable to men. Jaime thinks Ted's talking rubbish - until she meets Sandy (Katie Moldowney), Ted's girlfriend, a girl who has been around the block a few times and has gotten very blunt for it, and who at first Jaime finds no connection with ... but then Sandy helps her out of a really embarrassing situation with Patrick and his new girlfriend Tracy (Gabrielle Filloux), whom he has apparently cheated on Jaime with, and Jaime and Sandy become fast friends. With Sandy having her back, Jaime manages to sort out her messes and everything seems to go nicely - until Ted proposes to Sandy and they start preparing their wedding. And feeling left out, Jaime gets back together with Patrick of all people - to soon find out she feels left out of that relationship even more ...


Now what really makes this film is the two leads Kavita Jariwala and Katie Moldowney, who couldn't be more different from one another but have a great chemistry throughout and thus complement each other incredibly well - and of course it doesn't hurt at all that they're supported by a very solid ensemble cast. But that's not by any means putting down the other merits of the movie, as it's based on a clever script that's as thoughtful as it's lightfooted, and the direction very wisely downplays things, never falling prey to fake sentimentalities or artificially exaggerated feelings, helping to make this a very pleasurable and entertaining watch.


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