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See This Movie (3-Mar-2004)

Director: David M. Rosenthal

Writers: David M. Rosenthal; Joseph Matthew Smith

Composer: Daniel Cage

Producer: Joseph Matthew Smith

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Miguel Arteta
Film Director
1965   Chuck & Buck
John Cho
Actor
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Jessalyn Gilsig
Actor
30-Nov-1971   Terri Schuester on Glee
Seth Meyers
Actor
28-Dec-1973   Saturday Night Live
Patton Oswalt
Comic
27-Jan-1969   Mr. Show, King of Queens
Jessica Paré
Actor
5-Dec-1982   Lost and Delirious
Jim Piddock
Actor
8-Apr-1956   A Mighty Wind
Paul Weitz
Film Director
19-Nov-1965   American Pie

CAST

Starring
Seth Meyers   ...   Jake Barrymore
John Cho   ...   Larry Finkelstein
Jessalyn Gilsig   ...   Annie Nicole
Jessica Paré   ...   Samantha Brown
and
Jim Piddock   ...   Martin Hughes
Raymond O'Connor   ...   Manager
Patton Oswalt   ...   Felix
Annie Pascale   ...   Festival Receptionist
Dominic Desjardins   ...   Jacques (Young Festival Staffer)
Rylan Wilkie   ...   Todd
Mylene Fortin   ...   French Canadian Actress
Philippe LaPerriere   ...   Jean-Philippe
Jean Pierre Bergeron   ...   Professor
Paul Weitz   ...   Filmmaker Who Isn't Wim Wenders
Simon Peacock   ...   Festival Lead Staffer
Daniel Brochu   ...   Festival HQ Staffer
Miguel Arteta   ...   Festival Panelist
Chris Weitz   ...   Panel Discussion Moderator
Charles Papasoff   ...   Leather Jacket Guy
Michael Rigby   ...   Bartender
Peter Kellner   ...   Actor #1
Donny Falsetti   ...   Actor #2

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