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Last Stop for Paul

Rating:PG-13 (for some drug use, sexual content and a disturbing image)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:March 7, 2008
Running time:83 minutes
Cast:Neil Mandt, Marc Carter, Gregory Poppen, Eric Wing, Heather Petrone
Director:Neil Mandt
Producer:Neil Mandt, Michael Mandt
Writer:Neil Mandt
Distributor:Mandt Bros. Productions

Description: Cliff and Charlie live boring lives in LA. In an effort to spice up their existence, Charlie suggests they go to the famous Full Moon Party in Thailand. Cliff agrees to go on the condition that they purchase around the world tickets and see the globe first. Along they way he wants to sprinkle the ashes of his recently deceased childhood friend, Paul. Together, Charlie, Cliff and the remains of Paul, embark on a trip of a lifetime as they travel to the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia. Shot in over 20 countries, Cliff and Charlie have unbelievable adventures in every location and their lives are changed forever! Winner of 45 film festival awards, Last Stop for Paul is the "Most Award Winning Independent Film of 2007.

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