|Cast||Jeremy Goren Matthew Anci Robert Ruvolo Normalinda Gonzalez Anita Menotti Ana Parsons Robert J. D'Amato Carey Evans David Jay Gordon Antonio Jeraci|
|Plot||John Dolen is a wholesome, and credulous young man who is moving to London in order to resolve his quarterlife crisis. Only today, John has learned that a certain married woman may be pregnant with his child. Thinking this may be fate, he calls upon the assistance of his two steadfast roommates; Paul, a reformed womanizer who yearns for true love but cannot overcome his fear of commitment, and Rob, a pot-smoking entrepreneurial slob who has devoted his life to revealing the atrocities set forth by corporate manipulation, and more importantly, to safeguard the existence of one very special couch. Time, and youth are of the essence as this unsettled trio must move out of their apartment while confronting their afflictions with love, lust, pregnancy, couches, wiffleball, ex-mobsters, corporate propaganda, four year theories, gazelles, transsexuals, metrosexuals, a shoddy landlord, the universal diner, and... a Monte Cristo.... search for 20 Something on IMDb|
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|If you could use one one to define what life is/was like in your twenties what would it be...? "Moving" sets the backdrop to this day in the life of three very unsettled group of friends. John (Jeremy Goren); a love-stricken, overwhelmed accountant has been transferred from NY to work in London, however a brief affair with his boss's wife may have made him a father, Paul (Matthew Anci); a reforming womanizer, continues to have a problem understanding what defines a relationship, and Rob (Robert Ruvolo); a pot smoking video game entrepreneur leads a personal campaign against corporate capitalism and undernourished women. While struggling with self-doubt, uncertainty and infidelity, this arduous day of "moving" becomes a young man's search for truth and meaning within his newfound reality of adulthood.|
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