Bruce and Dom: The Movie. Ep. 7, "Dress Pocket Sexy"





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Published on Sep 17, 2012

Mike Varley presents "Bruce and Dom: Transcripts from a Burgeoning Relationship," a feature-length art film starring Ed Cosgrove and Rick Sempowich.

"Bruce and Dom" tells the story of one relationship's life cycle as though a trained stenographer were in place to capture it all. Instead of the couple who spoke the words, however, the tale is told through two late, middle-aged men.

"Bruce and Dom" is a hybrid of two film mediums, one blossoming and the other established. It combines the episodic structure, vignette length and experimental nature of viral video with the plot development, emotional connection and run time of traditional film. It will be distributed both as a weekly internet serial and through the film festival circuit.

"Bruce" and "Dom" are not trained actors, but Regular Joes thrown in the deep end. In the film, two relationships evolve before our eyes. The trick of it all is discerning the difference.

Episode VII, "Dress Pocket Sexy."


"Bruce and Dom" is Mike Varley's first feature film. It was completed over three years from first writing to final pressing. When not making movies, Varley writes things in the style of this description and paints things in a manner of similar hibitions.

For more information about the film and to track its journey, please visit BruceandDom.com

For more information about the artist, visit MikeVarley.com

written, directed and scored by Mike Varley
edited by Mark Eicher and Mike Varley


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