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Last Time You Had Fun, The
Directed by
Mo Perkins

USA / 2014 / 78
minutes

East Coast Premiere
Spotlight on Women

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SYNOPSIS:
Mo Perkins directs an emotional journey of four struggling adults trying to let loose in The Last Time You Had Fun, a lighthearted film about divorce, unhappiness, disloyalty and love.

Meet Ida, Alison, Clark, and Will, who attempt to escape it all for just one night. Trying to recreate the events that inspired the last time Clark could remember having fun (an episode involving a fully stocked stretch limousine), they meet their uninhibited selves, and embark on a night long joy ride of self discovery.

The spot-on ensemble featuring performances by Kyle Bornheimer, Eliza Coupe, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Demetri Martin, and Carlyne Yi, will connect with anyone who has ever been in a relationship, and will take audiences on a journey of raucous humor and candor. –Cristin Carlin

BIO:
Mo Perkins was born in Tennessee. She received her Masters degree in directing at UCLA’s film school. At UCLA, she received numerous awards including the Dorothy Arzner Award for women directors, the Wasserman Award and the MPAA Award. Her master’s thesis film, Piss Hat was selected for the UCLA Director’s Spotlight Award and was nominated for a Student Academy Award. Her writer/directorial debut feature A Quiet Little Marriage won the Grand Jury Award at Slamdance, the Audience Award at Austin Film Festival, and was picked up for distribution by IFC.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Kyle Bornheimer, Demetri Martin, Eliza Coupe, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Charlene Yi, Jimmi Simpson
Producer(s): Drea Clark
Director(s): Mo Perkins
Screenwriter(s): Hal Haberman
Cinematographer(s): Eric Zimmerman
Editor(s): Mo Perkins
Production Designer(s): Rodrigo Cabral
Sound Designer(s): Nathan Ruyle
 
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