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One Hour Fantasy Girl
One Hour Fantasy Girl
Actors: Jon Morgan Woodward, Joe Luckay, Paul D. Nguyen
Director: Edgar Michael Bravo
Genres: Drama
UR     1hr 29min

A story of survival, struggle and hope. — Based on a true story, One Hour Fantasy Girl is a compelling coming-of-age drama that introduces audiences to the world of Becky Lewis (Kelly-Ann Tursi), a 20 year old fantasy girl,...  more »


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Actors: Jon Morgan Woodward, Joe Luckay, Paul D. Nguyen
Director: Edgar Michael Bravo
Creators: Kelly-Ann Tursi, John Paul Rice, Levi Obery
Genres: Drama
Sub-Genres: Drama
Studio: No Restrictions Entertainment
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2008
Run Time: 1hr 29min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

Movie Reviews

Survival, Empowerment and Hope
Amos Lassen | Little Rock, Arkansas | 02/11/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

""One Hour Fantasy Girl"

Survival, Empowerment and Hope

Amos Lassen

Based on a true story, "One Hour Fantasy Girl" is a somewhat raw look at the life of Brandi (Kelly-Ann Tursi) who dreams of a better life. She works as a fantasy girl so that she can one day become a real estate investor. Brandi creates and takes part in any man's fantasy with two conditions--no sex and no kissing. However, her childhood constantly haunts her and she has great trouble sleeping so she practices meditation and chanting as she hopes to find relief. Brandi does not allow pity and lives her life from day to day.
Brandi is really Becky Lewis and there is nothing special about the way she looks. However when she is in room 102 at the California Sunshine Motel, Becky becomes Brandi and is ready to help men have their fantasies. Her business partner, Chi Paul Nguyen) makes all of her arrangements and got her the first client, Roger (Morgan Woodward), a heavy man that fantasizes about being an infant. Brandi gives him a bottle (filled with vodka), plays baby games with him and indulges his wishes. He tests her by asking her to do other things as well in later visits.
Another client Bobby (Joe Luckay) has just come to California from Montana and feels lonely. He found Brandi's website and calls her and finds himself sucked into her aura. He wants to build his discipline by lying in bed with her but not having sex. They actually become quite close, more than she would like and she tries to control the situation.
Brandi is also friendly with Dianthia who works at all night diner and she advises Brandi about her sleepless night but she has her own problems. However, we really never get to know any of the characters well and that is part of the mystique of the film. By not knowing them, we can surmise what we want and thereby become part of the cast.
Edgar Michael Bravo directed the film about getting through life one day at a time. We see the importance of choices and we realize that Becky/Brandi did not make very good ones. I found myself swept up in the film--the direction, the screenplay and the acting are uniformly excellent and the performances of the actors are excellent.
One Hour Fantasy Girl Movie Review
Dain H. Binder | Indian Orchard, MA | 10/13/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One Hour Fantasy Girl (2009) is an artistic yet raw look at real life; this is based on a true story. The film is a poignant view at the life of Brandi (Kelly-Ann Tursi), a fantasy girl. With dreams of a better life and more money she begins working as a fantasy girl to work towards her goal of real estate investing. She will create and participate in any man's fantasy as long as she does not have to kiss or be nude. Haunted by her childhood and unable to sleep she turns to meditation and chanting with little effect but wants no pity from anyone about her situation.

On the streets of Hollywood Becky Lewis appears to be just another girl with loosely tied back hair and oversized t-shirts, but in room 102 of The California Sunshine Motel she becomes Brandi and participates in a world she knows little about. Chi (Paul D. Nguyen), her business partner, arranges everything including her first client. Roger (Jon Morgan Woodward) is a large man that never lost his baby fat and fantasies about infancy. He knows what he wants and Brandi gives it to him; a bottle filled with vodka, and rub on his head, and baby games are all part of the sessions. Being experienced with these encounters he instructs her to do more profound things in later visits testing her strength.

Bobby (Joe Luckay) has just come to town from Montana and finds himself alone. After visiting her website he calls to find out more and is immediately drawn in. He is an odd young man looking to build his discipline by lying in bed with her. Innocent and sincere with knowledge of her beliefs bring them closer than she would like. She fights to control the situation and his consistent advances but really needs a good person in her life. Bobby and Roger along with other interesting people will shape her life forever. Dianthia (Kalena Knox) works at an all night diner offering solace to Brandi during her sleepless nights but is fighting for her own survival.

9 out of 10 - This eye popping glimpse into another lifestyle turns out to be very compelling; the choices made on the path for happiness as you come into adulthood can make or break you. Mesmerizing and ravenous electronic music by Nima Fakhrara accompanies the scenes and perfectly compliments the pace of the film. The writing, direction, production, and acting are all done with passion that shines on the screen - Kelly-Ann Tursi provides a deeply emotional performance. The subject matter could have made this uncomfortable to watch, but it is so well done and does not cross the line and there is no nudity. A few scenes do have or imply some very alternative sexual activities.

Dain Binder
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K. M. Littleton | Santa Monica, CA USA | 03/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I don't have a large DVD collection, but I had to purchase this movie. I was fortunate enough to go to a screening, which was packed. This story is so original, and had everything that I look for: entertainment, characters that are interesting and that one empathizes with, humor, and some romance. I think many people will relate to many of the characters in the movie. The movie is also very well edited and shot. It's very professional for an indie movie. I give it 5 stars!"