Not my cup of tea, but Casting Me… is a funny enough movie. The DVD comes with a good amount of features including an audio commentary, 3 featurettes, production diaries and trailers.
Indie Pix | NR – 97 min. – $19.95 | November 19, 2013
Directed by: Quinton Lavery
Writer(s): Quinton Lavery (written by)
Cast: Paul Snodgrass, Roxanne Prentice, Raph Kossew, Jonathan Hearns, Colin Moss
Features: Commentary, Featurettes, Trailers
Number of Discs: 1
Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Paul (PAUL SNODGRASS) is a frustrated but likeable cast director who has dreams of finally making his own feature film. His girlfriend Chloe (ROXANNE PRENTICE) has broken up with him and he is frustrated by his job, although he has great colleagues at the agency in Rueben and Janet. He lives in a flat with his friend, the computer nerd Nic (JONATHAN HEARNS).
To get his life on track again and win back his girlfriend he decides to make a film about his job, love life and all the funny things that happen behind the scenes at the casting agency.
SPECIAL FEATURES – 3.0/5
Features include an Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Quinton Lavery, Actors Paul Snodgrass & Raph Kossew and Cinematographer Darren Wertheim; Making of, Day in the Life of a Director and Day in the Life of a Cinematographer featurettes; Pre-Production Diaries; and Teaser and Theatrical Trailers.
VIDEO – 3.0/5, AUDIO – 2.5/5
OVERALL – 2.75/5
Overall, not my cup of tea, but Casting Me… is a funny enough movie. The DVD comes with a good amount of features including an audio commentary, 3 featurettes, production diaries and trailers.