Throughout Murphy Grayson's high school and college life, women eluded him all the way to his professional life. His best friends are Andrea Darling, a girl he's known since high school, and Skyler Fortune, a womanizing chauvinist who uses Murphy for personal gain. A freak explosion at the office renders Murphy the ability to project his thoughts into the mind of women. At first he is unaware of this and finds out the hard way through a series of trials. Once he gains control of the ability, he sets off on a rampage of sexual discovery that he never got around to in his younger days. The novelty eventually wears off and he discovers his true love is right in front of his face, but he has alienated her due to his newfound affinity for the ladies. Murphy is put to the ultimate test as he overcomes a barrage of obstacles thrown his way as he sets out to prove himself worthy of her affection. Shot almost entirely in front of a green screen, the backgrounds were hand-drawn to give the feel that the characters are in a comic strip. The film also utilizes the talented actors in Austin, TX, including Ava Santana, seen most recently in "Harold and Kumar 2." Enjoy the antics of Brandon Dolgner as Skyler Fortune and his many one-liners and the nuanced performance of Brian Wayne as Murphy Grayson. Combined, they are a formidable comic duo. The soundtrack features music by local Texas artists; some from the past, Dickie Malone's "The Dishes," and some from the present that you might catch performing around town, Johnny Lloyd Rollins, Greyskull, Ezra Thomas and Marshall Bravestar. An article on the film was recently published in Indie Slate magazine #54.
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