After Spencer gets into a petty jealousy argument with his girlfriend, Zoe, he impulsively breaks up with her on her answering machine, only to regret it immediately afterwards. In order to fix his mistake and save his relationship, Spencer must get to Zoe’s apartment and erase the message before she gets home in this suburban comedy adventure.
WHY WE NEED FUNDS
Although we've already hit the ground running in pre-production, we are going to need more funds to get us through the production process. We have a great cast and crew all lined up who are ready to bring The Break-Up Message to life. However, in order to do that, we have to pay for the various necessities required in making a movie, including equipment, insurance, materials, and food. Everyone working on The Break-Up Message loves making movies, and while we all love it enough to do it for free, the process of making movies is still an expensive one, so we need all the help we can get bringing this movie to the screen.
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- Poster Designs: Haroon Adalat
- Storyboards: Tony Easley
- Cinematography: Ryan Thomas
- Sound: Alun Lee
- Vocals: Ian C. Hopps
- Temp Score: "E.T.'s New Home" and "The Magic of Halloween" by John Williams (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial), "Boo's Adventures in Monstropolis" by Randy Newman (Monsters Inc.), and "Unsquare Dance" by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (Time Further Out).
- Background Music: "Orbiting a Distant Planet" by Quantum Jazz (End of Line)
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