Synopsis: Two married couples become increasingly agitated with each other as they find out things about each other's past, while one of them is receiving disturbing packages from an unknown source.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Onur Tukel
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

Did she find the dog?

Yeah, I saw her find the dog.

She must have

freaked out, right.

- She started running

around screaming and yelling,

freaking out.

And laid down and started

giving the dog mouth to mouth.


Who would do such

a thing like that?

You must have

really hated that dog.

- No, the dog was great.

I loved that dog.

You loved the dog?

Then why did you poison it?

- Cruelty to animals is one of

the lowest things you can do.

You're a scumbag.

You asked me for the story,

I'm telling you the story.

Well I'm sorry I asked.

I hope someone poisons you, Ted.

I really do.

I think about the human race.

I think about the

end of the world.

I wonder about it.

Are we worth saving?

What kind of person poisons

his ex-girlfriend's dog

to get revenge?

How can you forgive someone

for something like that?

Can you forgive them?

I don't know.

It's hard to have faith

in the human race

when there are people

like Ted walking the earth.

You're listening to

Stevie bricks show

and this is Stevie bricks

and I thank you if you're

tuning in tonight.

It's tell-all Tuesday

and I want to know the worst

thing you've ever done.

Maybe you're a

high school teacher

and you've had sex

with a student.

Maybe you're an ex-Nazi

and you worked in a

concentration camp.

Or maybe you worked at

the world bank or tmz.

Whatever it is, this is a chance

for you to tell your story.

Ron from New York,

you're on the air.

What's the worst thing

you've ever done?

- I can't believe I'm

talking to Stevie bricks.

- Man, I love your show.

- Thanks.

- I listen to you

all the time, man.

- All the time.

- Ron, you flatter me.

- What's the worst thing

you've ever done?

- Well, I've never

told anyone this story.

Okay, well let's hear it.

- It was a long time ago.

It was in college, actually.

- Mm-hmm.

What happened?

Did you take advantage

of someone?

No, like a girl?

I would never do

anything like that.

Well, what did you do, Ron?


- I'm sorry, man.

I'm just nervous.

I've been carrying this story

with me for a long time.

Tonight's the night i

finally share it with the world.

Here it goes,

the worst thing I've ever done.

- I cut off a man's...

- Ron, we got to go. We're late.

- Who are you talking to?

- It doesn't matter.

- Honey, we got to go. We're already late.

- It's okay.

Ron, you there?

- Yeah, we are just

dealing with something.

I'm dealing with my wife

actually, so it's fine.

- Who is it? Who are you talking to?

- It doesn't matter.

- I just don't want

to lose the table

because we all have to

sit at the same time.

- Okay, it looks like Ron is

in the middle of some sort of

domestic dispute.

- We can't sit down

until all of us are there.

- Ron, this is live radio.

I don't have a second.

- No, no it's fine.

It's all taken care of,

because I'm going to tell

you the story right now.

I'll give you 30 seconds.

- Uh-huh.

Some other time, Ron.

- Hello?

- 29, 28

- hello?

- 27, 26...

He hung up.

Who were you talking to?

Stevie bricks.

Stevie bricks, the radio guy?

- Ron, he's totally obnoxious.

Come on, let's go.

- How are you

already ready to go?

You take forever to get ready.

- Are you really

wearing that shirt?

What's wrong with this shirt?

- You look like a

Mexican Ken doll.

- I'm not a 12-year-old, okay.

I can listen to whatever I want.

Besides, I don't give you a

hard time about watching that

prison show you love so much.

- Yeah,

but why would you call in?

- Can you slow down

a little bit?

- Ron, no.

We're running late.

- You're power walking

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Onur Tukel

Onur Tukel (born August 5, 1972) is a Turkish-American actor, painter, and filmmaker. A notable figure in the New York City independent film community, Tukel's films often deal with issues of gender and relationships. more…

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