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Saturday, January 21, 2006

24 Hours in Real Life

24 Hours on Craigslist is a documentary film about the everyday people in the San Francisco area who use Craigslist. Shot on August 4th, 2003, 8 film crews followed certain Craigslist users on their quest for, well whatever it was they were after.

An Ethel Merman drag queen searches for the perfect backup band for her Led Zeppelin covers. A suburban professional woman assembles a diabetic cat support group. A couple seeks the perfect rabbi for their marriage. A would-be mother finds her ideal sperm donor. Doors for sale, one night stands, compulsive roomates, transsexual erotic services.

The film is out in select (extremely select) theaters now and will be released on DVD in the Spring. It's like reading Missed Connections, only in real life and stuff.

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