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Friday, December 17, 2010

From The Same Director...

Eagle Vs Shark:

"Finding love was never so...awkward."

EAGLE VS. SHARK, directed by Taika Waititi (Two Cars, One Night and BOY), is a wry comedy that chronicles the quirky romance of two awkward misfits, Lily, a shy fast-food restaurant cashier, and her crush, Jarrod, an electronic store clerk. 

On the day Lily gets fired from her job at Meaty Boy, she musters up the courage to attend Jarrod's annual "come as your favorite animal" costume party. 

The dressy affair sparks the beginnings of a romance as well as a small journey for the pair to Jarrod's quiet hometown, in which Jarrod plans to seek revenge on an old nemesis and where Lily unwittingly finds herself stranded amongst Jarrod's family of eccentrics.

Two Cars, One Night:

Nominated for a 2005 (77th) Academy Award in the "Best Live Action Short" category. 

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