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Valet Day



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Following the genre of “stoner comedy”, the script’s protagonists are four valet attendants, who stumble upon a luggage trunk filled with a variety of illegal drugs. The four decide to sell/imbibe the contents until they discover the trunk is evidence for a trial against a drug kingpin. The group is now caught up in a crazy world of crooked cops, murderous drug dealers, and an intoxicated porn star. Needless to say, hilarity ensues. Filled with a crazy cast of characters set up for memorable cameos and hysterical one-liners, “Valet Day” is sure to gather a cult following with it’s built in drinking game and ridiculous reoccurring jokes.
Submitted: January 2, 2017
Last Updated: June 4, 2018

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The Writer: Lucas Pops

I grew up in a town with a population of around one hundred people in northern Minnesota. The fifth of seven children, I devoted most of my childhood to watching copious amounts of television and movies. How I came to direct my first feature length film is by default. I wrote the screenplay for the film and sent it off to the production company, who already had a director lined up. When he fell through, due to family obligations, I was asked to take over. It was a difficult experience shooting a feature length film with almost no budget, but I had a crew that truly cared about the project and we made sure to finish it. I edited the film together with the producer and now I can say, "I... Go to bio

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