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DEAR CHICKENS – INCUBATOR NEEDED

Philip Baker Hall

Review by The Hollywood Times

Hollywood, CA (The Hollywood Times) 10/23/18 – Dear Chickens main two stars – Philip Baker Hall (Magnolia) and Kerris Dorsey (Ray Donovan) – along with the rest of the small and competent cast are placed in a passionless and meaningless plot. Writer-director Mauro Mueller’s FB page states “Two unlikely roommates discover life begins with a tomato.” There is nothing clever by his choice of metaphors and it ends with a splat.

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Two people placed in a hospital room together that don’t want to be – an easy fix. Mueller’s short would’ve been more effective by a really well-done commercial.

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