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STARRING
Freddie Hogan, Victoria Muldoon
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
Victoria Muldoon
RUNNING TIME
5 Mins.
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 "My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence" Gets Set for Indie Fest Run 
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Victoria Muldoon and Freddie Hogan, "My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence"

Writer/director Victoria Muldoon is back in action co-starring along with Freddie Hogan in My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence, a 5-minute screwball comedy about career advice in which Muldoon plays a rather unique young woman named Tiger who walks into the sparsely decorated office of Tom, a career advice specialist of sorts with an open mind and a vivid imagination. 

My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence moves along rather quickly in its endeavor, its wit bordering on the absurd and its humor often laugh out loud funny. The recently completed film is getting set for the indie fest circuit and there's little doubt that it'll find a happy home with its fine performances by Muldoon and Hogan along with Muldoon's top notch dialogue. 

Both Muldoon and Hogan are strong enough here that you can't help but want to spend a little more time with them, though My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence also works perfectly fine as a short film. For more information on the film, be sure to visit its Facebook page linked to in the credits to the left of this review. 

© Written by Richard Propes
The Independent Critic 

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