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30, Still Single: Contemplating Suicide Details

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The trials and tribulations of dating in the 1990s are played for laughs in the memorably titled 30, Still Single: Contemplating Suicide. Mitchell (Christopher May) was born and raised in the Midwest, but moved to Los Angeles in the early 1990s. After seven years in California, he's decided to head back East, and as he sits at a beachfront cafe, he tells the audience what really bothers him about L.A. -- the women. In a series of flashbacks, viewers get a glimpse of the ongoing disaster that has been Mitchell's love life, including an assignation with his asthmatic neighbor, an inarguably memorable night with a women who forgets to mention that she has herpes, and a very unsuccessful blind date. Several women also stop by to present their views on the ugly side of courtship rituals. 30, Still Single: Contemplating Suicide received favorable notices when it was screened at the 1999 Santa Barbara Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast

Christopher May
as Mitchell Munson
Terry Gatens
as Buddy
Jill Kneeland
as Karen
Rachel Reenstra
as Margaret/Megan
Wendy Braun
as Mickey
Susan Brink
as Vanessa
Stephanie Allen
as Annie
Andrea Marcellus
as Pam

Crew

Gregory J. Lanesey
Director
Gregory J. Lanesey
Producer
Matt Radecki
Producer
Gregory J. Lanesey
Screenwriter
Brian Norris
Composer (Music Score)
Anahita Mosallai
Art Director
Nilesh Sheth
Associate Producer
Michael Parikh
Associate Producer
Barry Finkelstein
Associate Producer
Mehrnaz Ghaffari
Set Designer
Ruth Pena
Costume Designer
Paul Carlsen
Sound/Sound Designer
Chase Roberts
First Assistant Director
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