Mark Famiglietti

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    Acting Like Adults (2014)

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    Acting Like Adults (2014)

    Competition brings out the worst in some people- and when “some people” includes your significant other, maybe an all-in-good-fun contest is not what you need. So when Brett and Shannon go on a couples scavenger hunt across Los Angeles, what will they really find?

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    Secrets of a Psychopath (2015)

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    Secrets of a Psychopath (2015)

    Two siblings lure unsuspecting victims to their house through a dating site for games and slaughter.

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    Stealing Roses (2012)

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    Stealing Roses (2012)

    Terrified at the prospect of losing his seriously ill wife, a man plans a bank robbery to pay for her medical treatments with help from his eccentric friends – while his son, a cop, tries to stop him.

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    Christmas Belle (2013)

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    Christmas Belle (2013)

    With her California hometown in the rearview mirror, Belle heads north on business to catalog the sale of a large mansion. While the job is a dream, the client, Hunter Lowell, is not. But, as the two spend more time together, his icy demeanor begins to melt. Although their relationship is budding, Belle’s long-time suitor, Tony, arrives, sending mixed signals to Hunter while adding chaos to the holiday season.

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    Young Americans

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    Young Americans

    Young Americans is an American television drama created by Steven Antin. The show debuted on July 12, 2000 on The WB network as a summer replacement for, and spin-off from, another Columbia TriStar Television production, Dawson’s Creek. The series was originally ordered for the fall 1999-2000 season but was delayed due to unresolved matters between the ColumbiaTriStar and The WB. The main character, Will Krudski, was introduced late in season three of Dawson’s Creek as a childhood friend of the group who has kept in contact with Pacey Witter. Will goes to Capeside to visit with old friends while on spring break. After briefly dating Andie McPhee he returns to Raleigh.

    The show explores themes of forbidden love, morality, social classes and gender roles.

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