a comedy about falling in love
...the Write way.
Santa Barbara International Film Festival
"Best Picture Award" - Andrew Gallerani - Director.
Marco Island Film Festival
"Audience Award for Best Feature Comedy" - Andrew Gallerani - Director.
Santa Clara International Film Festival
"Best Feature Comedy Film" - Heath McLaughlin - Producer.
Temecula Valley International Film Festival
"Viewer's Choice Award" - Andrew Gallerani - Director.
What happens when a white lie spins out of control?
That’s the question when movie super fan and Hollywood tour bus driver, Harold McMurphy (Jeremy Piven) meets beautiful starlet, Amanda Clark (Sherilyn Fenn).
With his deep knowledge of Hollywood history, Amanda mistakenly believes Harold to be a writer. Too embarrassed to tell her the truth, Harold does not correct her.
Desperate for advice on a script she’s having doubts about, Amanda asks Harold if he wouldn’t mind reading it and making some notes. Seeing no way out now, Harold agrees.
Harold’s life quickly unravels as his once innocent charade drags him deeper into Amanda’s Hollywood life of jealous boyfriends, suspicious agents and glamorous parties .
Worse, the two are fast falling for each other. What if she discovers the truth?
“Piven is just perfect….Fenn turns on the charm.”
David Hunter – The Hollywood Reporter
“Like Cameron Diaz in ‘There’s Something About Mary’, Ms. Fenn makes sweetness seem sensual.”
Phillip Wuntch – Dallas Morning News
“This is a feel good movie in the vein of ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ and ‘While You Were Sleeping’…you will not be disappointed.”
Pat Streibel – Film critic, Marcus Theater Chain
“Best one-liners this side of Neil Simon.”
Miami New Times
“…promises to be one of the year’s sleeper hits.”
Alonso Duardo – Director (USA Film Festival)
“…executed with wit and charm.”
Box Office Magazine
“…a hilarious, romantic Hollywood ride that’s absolutely just right!”
Santa Barbara Int’l. Film Festival
“Simply a wonderful evening at the movies…terrific job.”
Phil Marks – Pres., Nat'l. Assoc. of Theater Owners-Midwest
“Just Write” is just right, a blithe yet incisive romantic comedy…”
Kevin Thomas – Los Angeles Times