"Hollywood Needs Us": A Year in the Trenches at America's Top Film School

Earlier this year, in a classroom at USC's renowned School of Cinematic Arts, students screened the nearly two-decade-old big-break short film of alumnus Luke Greenfield, who went on to direct studio comedies like Role Models and Let's Be Cops. The short — a satire of singles-bar mating rituals that first brought the filmmaker to the attention of Adam Sandler — follows its hero's journey from hapless reject to self-assured lothario after he bizarrely determines that success with his love interest, an unamused lesbian, requires punching her in the face. What was meant as shock-farce in 2000 landed with a ...
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