Radio Exiles E and F

Radio Exiles E and F

Monday, March 28, 2011

Notes for the March 22 podcast

The movie we discussed that has been released on the internet, on YouTube, is "Girl Walks Into a Bar".

"GIRL WALKS INTO A BAR connects a group of apparent strangers over one night across ten bars throughout Los Angeles. Zachary Quinto stars as a dentist who teams up with a feisty would-be assassin (Carla Gugino) to put the final touches on the plan to kill his wife. Once he makes a play for the assassin's payment, he unknowingly sets off a chain of events that fuels a crosstown journey through the many lounges, bars, strip clubs and the occasional nudist ping pong clubs scattered across Los Angeles. By turns funny and heartbreaking, this sharp-witted comedy features ten interconnected vignettes that build to a revealing finish."

Among the talented cast bringing the characters onto the screen in Sebastian Gutierrez's GIRL WALKS INTO A BAR are:

Carla Gugino (Faster, Watchmen)
Zachary Quinto (Star Trek, "Heroes")
Danny DeVito (Get Shorty, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia")
Josh Hartnett (Thirty Days of Night, Pearl Harbor)
Rosario Dawson (Unstoppable, Grindhouse)
Emmanuelle Chriqui ("Entourage", You Don't Mess with the Zohan)
Aaron Tveit (Ghost Town, "Law and Order: SVU")
Robert Forster, Academy Award® nominee (Jackie Brown)
Amber Valletta (Hitch)
Gil Bellows ("Flash Forward," The Shawshank Redemption)
Kevin Zegers ("Gossip Girl")
Alexis Bledel ("Gilmore Girls," The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants)
Michelle Ryan ("The Bionic Woman")
Xander Berkeley ("Nikita")


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