Red Flag (2012)

Director
Alex Karpovsky

Main cast
Alex Karpovsky; Jennifer Prediger; Dustin Guy Defa; Onur Tukel; Keith Poulson

Genres
Comedy

Description
Writer/director/star Alex Karpovsky, a familiar face to indie filmgoers, reveals his sterling comic chops in this close-to-the-bone comedy. Teasing the line between fiction and reality, he plays an indie filmmaker named Alex Karpovsky who, dumped by a longtime girlfriend fed up with his refusal to marry, takes to the road with a reluctant old pal for a misbegotten mini tour screening his movie on college campuses and independent cinemas.


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