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2B Perfectly Honest Details


Frank ([[Performer~P71730~Adam Trese~adamtrese]] of [[Feature~V28611~Laws of Gravity~lawsofgravity]]) is in trouble. His dot-com start-up collapses before it goes online, essentially bankrupting him and his partner, Josh ([[Performer~P46943~Andrew McCarthy~andrewmccarthy]]). Frank is forced to leave his fancy Manhattan apartment and move back in with his parents ([[Performer~P73149~Robert Vaughn~robertvaughn]] and [[Performer~P49382~Hayley Mills~hayleymills]]), and he can't even bring himself to tell them he's failed. His kooky friend Sal ([[Performer~P114771~John Turturro~johnturturro]]) warns Frank that his priorities are wrong, and sends him to Gina ([[Performer~P72215~Aida Turturro~aidaturturro]]), a cheerful psychic. Then Frank comes up with a new idea tailor-made for the dot-com bust, but the first potential investor he meets with, Abrams ([[Performer~P45419~Mark Margolis~markmargolis]]), seems more interested in Frank's diet than his idea, and the second guy ([[Performer~P3181~Michael Badalucco~michaelbadalucco]]) he meets with threatens to steal the idea, causing Frank to collapse in a sweaty panic. Then Abrams calls again. While Frank's project is too small for him to handle, he knows a couple of guys. Soon Frank and Josh are working again, with a new office and a new CFO, Peter ([[Performer~P44334~Bruce MacVittie~brucemacvittie]]). Things are going swimmingly, until Frank takes a closer look at the books, and begins to suspect that his investors are using the company to launder money. 2BPerfectlyHonest marks the feature debut of writer/director [[Performer~P239743~Randel Cole~randelcole]]. The movie had its world premiere at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi


Randel Cole
Jeff Mazzola
John Scaccia
Randel Cole
Christopher LaVasseur
Ray Hubley
Amy Forman
Production Designer
Caroline Sinclair
Paul Vazquez
Sound Editor