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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

MEET MONICA VELOUR

TFF 2010 Directed by Keith Bearden
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE MEET MONICA VELOUR [TFF 2010]

For Tobe, a nerdy, horny, frizzy-haired cineaste who doesn't quite fit in with the average contemporary teen, the pinnacle of womanhood is Monica Velour (Kim Cattrall), a soft-core actress who reached the zenith of her career in the 1980s. When Tobe learns that his love idol is headlining hundreds of miles away at the Gentlemen's Petting Zoo in Indiana, he drives off with carefree glory—in his grandfather's (Brian Dennehy) used Weinermobile, no less—filled with the hope of meeting her. When Tobe defends Monica's honor against ruffians who taunt the aging erotic starlet off the stage, he lands a pity invite into Monica's trailer. As the two begin an unlikely friendship, Tobe's unripe romantic impulses entangle with her messy life as a struggling single mother embroiled in a custody battle for her only daughter.

Catch Cattrall (Sex and the City) as you've never seen her before—delivering her trademark sass and powerful sexuality, but deftly enriched with a range of emotional nuance. After two award-winning short films, Keith Bearden's directorial debut is an offbeat, tender comedy about growing up too fast and recognizing love no matter what shape or age.

For Tobe, a nerdy, horny, frizzy-haired cineaste who doesn't quite fit in with the average contemporary teen, the pinnacle of womanhood is Monica Velour (Kim Cattrall), a soft-core actress who reached the zenith of her career in the 1980s. When Tobe learns that his love idol is headlining hundreds of miles away at the Gentlemen's Petting Zoo in Indiana, he drives off with carefree glory—in his grandfather's (Brian Dennehy) used Weinermobile, no less—filled with the hope of meeting her. When Tobe defends Monica's honor against ruffians who taunt the aging erotic starlet off the stage, he lands a pity invite into Monica's trailer. As the two begin an unlikely friendship, Tobe's unripe romantic impulses entangle with her messy life as a struggling single mother embroiled in a custody battle for her only daughter.

Catch Cattrall (Sex and the City) as you've never seen her before—delivering her trademark sass and powerful sexuality, but deftly enriched with a range of emotional nuance. After two award-winning short films, Keith Bearden's directorial debut is an offbeat, tender comedy about growing up too fast and recognizing love no matter what shape or age.

Film Information
Year: 2009
Length: 97 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Kim Cattrall, Dustin Ingram, Brian Dennehy, Keith David, Jee Young Han, Daniel Yelsky
Director: Keith Bearden
Screenwriter: Keith Bearden
Producer: Gary Gilbert, Jordan Horowitz
Contacts

Director's Manager
Joe Ikeda
Asmik Ace Entertainment, INC.
Tokyo, 106-8553 Phone: 81-3-5413-4352
joe@asmik-ace.co.jp

Press Contact
Seth Hyman
42West
New York, NY 10036
Phone: 646 467 9053
seth.hyman@42west.net

Acquisitions Executive
Jordan Horowitz
Gilbert Films
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Phone: (310) 288-3000
jhorowitz@gilbertfilms.com

Director
Keith Bearden

Submitter
Shauna Bogetz
Gilbert Films
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Phone: 310 288 3000

Director's Manager
Joe Ikeda
Asmik Ace Entertainment, INC.
Tokyo, 106-8553 Phone: 81-3-5413-4352
joe@asmik-ace.co.jp

Press Contact
Seth Hyman
42West
New York, NY 10036
Phone: 646 467 9053
seth.hyman@42west.net

Acquisitions Executive
Jordan Horowitz
Gilbert Films
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Phone: (310) 288-3000
jhorowitz@gilbertfilms.com

Director
Keith Bearden

Submitter
Shauna Bogetz
Gilbert Films
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Phone: 310 288 3000

About the Director(s)
Keith Bearden's 2005 short The Raftman's Razor was named best short at the SXSW, Seattle, and Montreal film festivals and is in the permanent collection at MoMA. He is the recipient of Showtime's Tony Cox Award for Screenwriting and in 2008 received a Guggenheim Fellowship for filmmaking.

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