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MISS NOBODY (2011)

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"Leslie Bibb is funny, frightening and unexpectedly endearing in a tricky and oddly indelible role." MICHAEL MEDVED, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host "The statuesque Bibb is a smart actress willing to give herself totally to the role of the sweetly goofy murderess." Variety “Between the double-entendres and the film’s shades of magical realism, luck, fate and outside forces converging, it’s as if “Working Girl” met “Practical Magic” and had a darkly, comedic baby. The wickedly, delicious ending will also not disappoint.” Taylor Van Arsdale, Westside Today


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Catalogue No. ACC0213
SRP A$19.95
APN 9333723002138
DVD Release Date 23 Sep 2011
Director Tim Cox
Producer --
Cast Leslie Bibb, Adam Goldberg, Brandon Routh, Kathy Baker, Missi Pyle, Vivica A Fox
Genre Comedy
Rating M (Sex scene and references, violence, coarse language and drug use)
Run Time 90 mins
Visual Format 2.35:1
Audio Format Dolby 5.1
Language English
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Quotes "Leslie Bibb is funny, frightening and unexpectedly endearing in a tricky and oddly indelible role." MICHAEL MEDVED, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host "The statuesque Bibb is a smart actress willing to give herself totally to the role of the sweetly goofy murderess." Variety “Between the double-entendres and the film’s shades of magical realism, luck, fate and outside forces converging, it’s as if “Working Girl” met “Practical Magic” and had a darkly, comedic baby. The wickedly, delicious ending will also not disappoint.” Taylor Van Arsdale, Westside Today
Awards WINNER – Best Actress, Best Ensemble Cast, 2010 Boston Film Festival

Synopsis
A modern and murderous fable of success, love and the single woman, Miss Nobody is a darkly comic look at Sarah Jane McKinney’s rise up the corporate ladder. unlucky in love, living at home with her eccentric mom (Kathy Baker), and stuck in a dead end secretarial job at Judge Pharmaceuticals, Sarah Jane longs for more out of life. Her surprise promotion to junior executive appears to be just the ticket. But with promotion comes a new world of wily and complicated executives, most notably a dashing newcomer (Brandon Routh). Soon Sarah Jane must balance her dreams of success, a miracle cure for Alzheimer’s and a complicated romance with a cop intent on solving a series of murders. Miss Nobody is a wonderfully macabre look
at how killer instincts blur the lines between ambition and anonymity in the world of getting ahead.
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