discovery of David’s girlfriend, Frankie decides to win David’s heart anyway. Because Frankie and her best friend Alison, both aspiring actresses, have planned a move to Los Angeles, Frankie has only a few days to convince David they belong together. Peripheral characters include Frankie’s uncle Leo, her cousin Rob, her cousin’s boyfriend BJ, and a coffee shop regular, Juice.CharactersFrankie – Hopeless romantic protagonist. An aspiring actor with seemingly incurable insomnia.David – The “Dream Guy.” An amateur writer with seemingly incurable writer’s block. Alison – Frankie’s best friend. She is very grounded in comparison to a very dreamy Frankie.
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COMMUNICATION IN THE MOVIES3Leo – Frankie’s uncle. He took Frankie in when her parents were killed in a car accident when Frankie was young. She now lives above and works in the coffee shop that he owns. He is an Italian immigrant in his late fifties or early sixties. Rob – Frankie’s cousin. Leo’s son. He is very close to both Frankie and Leo. He struggles with being the gay son of a very traditional father. BJ – Rob’s boyfriend.Molly – David’s long-term, live-in girlfriend.Juice – Childhood friend of Frankie, Alison, and Rob. Juice is an unemployed “artist” who spends every day in the coffee shop where Frankie, Rob and David work.
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