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The Man Between (2003) DVD - a short film by James Ernest

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DVD
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DVD: 1 (US, CA)
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Comedy
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United States
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James Ernest

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Anthony Gallela stars in this film project from James Ernest, a dry comedy about a not-so-great international spy in his less-than-perfect moments. This 30-minute DVD contains the Man Between in both letter-boxed and anamorphic widescreen versions, as well as a deleted scene featuring Phil Foglio. It's even listed in the IMDb, with a rating of 7.7 out of 10. Here's what one reviewer had to say: What's the unseen life of International Men Of Mystery? Boredom and drudgery, mostly, but that's what's funny about The Man Between. The premise? Take a look at the moments between what you see on screen for a James Bond style superspy, and laugh at how mundane and average they are. There's lots of waiting. Several phone calls to some kind of spy tech support. ("I thought this shoe was supposed to have a phone in it. Yeah, I'll hold.") And banter between torture and beatings, mainly about what methods each spy has used to off various victims. Arranged as a discontinuous series of moments with little relation to each other aside from the appearance of The Man himself, some scenes may have you scratching your head, as if you're only privy to thirty seconds of a two minute joke. Other scenes are clearly quite thinky, and the viewer is left to assume the context, or guess that, yes, that pen is probably going to explode. But most of the thirty minutes running time is filled with clever setups and situations, not to mention a genuinely impressive series of International On Location shots. If you're a fan of the wry humor of James Earnest's CheapAss Games, this is a video worth checking out if only to see that most of the life of a superspy is absurdly familiar and ridiculous. (Paul Furio, posted to IMDb, 1/23/08)

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