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The Distinct Smell of Red

2001
1h 21m
Drama
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Cast

Guilford Adams (Vernon)Robin Christian-McNair (Katherine)Edi Patterson (Juliet)Terri Marshall-Schrader (Female Customer)Laura Neuhaus (Girl at the Bus Stop)Alan Ray (Bearded Taxi Driver)Derek Sisson (Male Customer)Matthew Cook (Rude Taxi Driver)Johnathan Gwyn (Restaraunt Waiter)Cyril Lavender (Flower Stand Vendor)Ashley Woodard (Coffee Shop Waitress)Andrea Weeks (Restaurant Hostess)Jason Kittelberger (Angry Man)Donna Strader (Angry Man's Companion)Tonnie Walker (Pretty Female Customer)Alyssa Primrose (Young Female Customer)

Director

Jason Kittelberger

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Synopsis

Katherine, a single, middle-aged woman, owns a small flower shop in the city. Vernon, a pathological liar, is her only employee. However, instead of working, Vernon spends his time following Katherine around the shop, far more interested in talking about Cliffs Notes than he is in doing anything useful. Somehow, Vernon can't seem get Katherine's attention, until his fictional 'Juliet' is replaced by a real female cab driver. Initially fascinated with the red streaks in her dark hair, Vernon uses 'Juliet' in an attempt to impress Katherine. Instead, Vernon's pursuit of 'Juliet' threatens Katherine, which only serves to drive Vernon closer to 'Juliet.'

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