By Jay Rogers
Published July 12, 2011
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1135 NW 23rd Avenue, Ste N
Gainesville, FL 32609
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Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
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Tampa, FL 33609
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Saint Petersburg, FL 33713
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Book by Gary Dresden
Amazon.com Review – Apparently the editor at the publishing house was asleep the day this manuscript was printed and bound. This is one of the poorest examples of writing I have ever read in published form. As if that wasn’t bad enough, it reads like some spoiled egomaniac’s of life. Everything good was of his making and every witty remark was attributed to him, whereas all that was negative, ill-conceived or stupid was generated by everyone else around him. His sexual prowess and ability to dazzle the reader with his brilliance was all the author seemed to want to convey. I was bored silly. There are too many great, or even entertaining books, out there to waste time on trash like this. I learned nothing of the medical field that was helpful.
Gary Dresden is the film producer and writer of a semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between a son and a father who is dying of cancer.
Gary Dresden’s other movie was The Victim, a story about a man who is raped by a woman.
The Victim: Synopsis
Two girls, Naomi and Dawn, meet two football players, Brett and Jason, while on vacation. On one fateful night, Naomi is raped Brett. In a different room, simultaneously, Dawn forces herself on Jason who is married and an unwilling partner. Questions arise of whether or not women should be held accountable of their actions if they are not raping someone ‘physically’.
Genres: Drama, Crime
Cast & Crew
Gary Dresden (Director (1st Project), Producer)
Gary Dresden (Writer)
Keri Lurtz (Lead Actor), Lincoln Potwin (Lead Actor)
Matt Miller (Cinematographer/DP)
Keri Lurtz (Editor, Sound Editor, Digital Effects)
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