Lance & Lucy The Short Movie


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Lance  & Lucy The Short Movie is a story about ordinary people with ordinary faith and ordinary dreams to which ordinary miracles happen.

A comedy with a strong love element, built around a dead end race and a monotonous cafe conversation full of those little things which make life extra weird.

The classic boy meets girl theme, with a philosophical view on the pursuit of happiness.  Lance, a detective, the fallen hero type, is barely able to confront failure, while Lucy, a waitress, depressed, as the result of her underachieving life style, has simply lost the motivation to seek any sort of excitement that would brighten up her hopeless existence.

On an ordinary day a detective chases after his usual suspect, and a waitress confronts the absurd monotony of her life.  By the tricks of destiny something happens when Lance meets Lucy.

A profound definition of love as explained by his holiness the Dalai Lama, love that wants others to be happy.  It is unconditional love and it takes a great deal of courage and acceptance, including self acceptance.

“Admiring those character traits which we at first despised, feared and felt were inadequacies, is the beginning of self acceptance and self understanding, therefore the beginning of true love. The Lance and Lucy story is about embracing the self in whichever circumstance; it’s about ordinary miracles happening to ordinary people with ordinary faith.”

 Love is portrayed to be the final destination in the search for meaning and all purpose. When the characters arrive at the “in love” stop of the journey, they seem to forget that there was ever a search.

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10 thoughts on “Lance & Lucy The Short Movie

  1. Dear Sylvia,

    I saw your casting advert for ‘Montana Mischief’ on Starnow this morning, and I’d be very interested in playing the role of Duke. I’m six feet tall with an athletic build and dark brown hair, and I’m based in central London. My natural speaking voice is standard RP, and I often play refined or upper class characters on stage or screen.

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    Rob

    Robert H. Wainwright
    http://www.starnow.com/roberthwainwright
    rob_wainwright@yahoo.co.uk
    07903 247 476.

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  2. My Partner/Actress (Mechelle Harris) would really love to be a part of ‘Montana Mischief’ my partner is a very slim, attractive and glamorous and would be perfect for the role of ‘Iris Montana’ you can view her profile at http://www.castingcall pro.com and I am a Spotlight accredited actor and consider myself to be a strong, confident and versatile actor and would relish the chance to play ‘Duke’ as I consider my best roles are that of a hard nosed cold faced politician or businessman. Please see my website http://www.paulflknight.com to view my show reel and professional credits. many Thanks and Warm Regards Paul F. Knight and Mechelle Harris. actors. 07816-029-279

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  3. “Montana Mischief” (Waitress role)

    Hi!,my name is Swaka Mungela and I am suitable for this role because first I love acting and will give a hundred purcent of myself to do it because i’m passionate. Plus I do have some experience as a waitress so I figures this could be a good thing for the role.

    thank you!

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    So thatks for reading.

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