The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard

I had the honour of attending a preview screening of this independent flick- the success of this review site gets me invited to a lot of Galas so don’t be surprised!— Its now playing!…. The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard was written and directed by a talented guy named Jeremy Lalonde. Without the budget to build and destroy a small city, these smaller operations are forced to rely on things like a good story and talent. Knowing people poured their hearts into this film was enough to make me turn off my video camera at the screening.
Actors and their goddamn three part names. . . . Paul Shepard (Kristen Holden-Ried) is a fairly normal guy torturing himself by working on a documentary about his ex-girlfriends. That should go smoothly….His reluctant wingman/producer/audio guy ‘Ray’ (Alex Poch-Goldindid) does a great job pointing out the ridiculousness of his friend’s endeavour. I would also like to note the appearances of David Thamer (an extra) and Pat Mastroianni who was Joey Jeremiah on Degrassi- I believe he meant that ass slap he gave his pregnant wife. . . .Solid actors, good production, funny stuff. Go see it this weekend at the Carlton in Toronto:

The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard, screening at 4:25pm and 9:20pm daily.

Jim’s Rating: A+

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One Response to “The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard”

  1. Jeremy Says:

    Thanks for the plug!
    -Jeremy

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