Cassanova Was a Woman

Synopsis: Cassanova Canto is a 5'7", blonde, blue-eyed Cuban-American struggling actor who has fallen in love with a woman, while still married to her husband. Throw in a famous Spanish soap star mother, a homophobic sister, a yogi therapist, and a naked guy, and her dilemma takes a twist. Can you be a free-spirited, sexually fluid, pansexual, bisexual, metrosexual, monogamist and...also be Latin?
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Kevin Arbouet
Production: No Clout Productions
  6 wins.
 
IMDB:
5.4
TV-MA
Year:
2016
113 min
15 Views

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[female narrator] Sex...

Sexuality.

What makes one person attracted

to another?

What is attraction?

Is it emotional?

Is it physical?

or...

a little bit of both.

I used to think you were either

born gay or born straight.

Oops! Sorry!

That's alright, sweetie.

Nowadays, its okay to be what

they call

"sexually fluid".

But what does that actually mean

when it comes to

relationships?

You know, monogamy, commitment.

Can you be a free spirited,

sexually fluid,

pansexual,

bisexual,

metrosexual

monogamist?

Oh and...

also be Latin.

[cat calls in Spanish]

[answers in Spanish]

Holy shit! I thought you were a

gringa!

I don't know.

I just know that...

life is full of

exciting,

unpredictable,

pleasurable

chaos.

That, no book or class or parent

can prepare you for.

You pretty much have to wing it,

and go with your gut.

Always go with your instincts.

Well,

that's what an acting

teacher told me, anyway.

[grunting in distress]

[woman squeals]

[woman laughs]

I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Are you okay?

Are you okay?

I think so. I think so.

Thanks.

Hey, I'm uh, I'm Lola.

Hi, I'm uh

I'm Cassanova.

Thank you.

- Wait a minute.

Hi! I am Cassanova.

"Cassanova"? Wow!

That's a unique name.

Especially for a woman.

Yeah. Well, it's with the

two "s's" though.

You know. Not the one 's'

like the famous lover.

Oh yeah yeah. That is different.

Hey, wait a minute.

Are you in the 80's play?

Uh, yeah. You?

Yeah, I mean that's gonna be

fun.

Ha! But I mean, 80's, ooh!

Been there, done that.

You know what I mean?

Yeah, me too!

I hope they don't need this as a

coat rack,

'cause I think I ruined this

thing.

You know what? Let's get out of

here

before we get busted, okay?

That's a good one.

[Cassanova] So, you weren't

supposed to be in the show?

[Lola] No, but a friend on the

crew said

they were looking for this

character

and they couldn't find her.

So, here I am.

I'm glad.

I read with some of the

people that read for your part,

They were horrible.

Like they couldn't even do a

Queens accent.

They were like,

[stilted fake accent]

"Forget about it."

as opposed to you know,

fuggetaboutid [Brooklyn accent]

"Yo, you talkin' to me? "

"Yeah baby, who else

would I be talkin' to?"

[with accent]

"I grew up in Queens

and I walk my 'dawg'

every morning, to get my cup of

coffee."

We Hobokonites have the same

accent.

So, you are from Hoboken?

Yeah.

Yeah, I live in Jersey too

- the "burbs".

Listen, I gotta go this way.

But I'll see you tomorrow?

Well, you sure you don't want to

grab a bite to eat or something?

Naw, I have a date.

Who is this lucky...person?

My husband.

Oh, you're married!

Yeah. Ten years.

We have a romantic dinner

planned.

Can't miss it.

See ya tomorrow?

See ya tomorrow.

[alarm beeping]

[sighs]

[sighs]

[man] I love you.

I love you too.

See you tomorrow, everyone.

Same time, same place.

[speaking in Spanish]

[sighs]

Excuse me, could you just,

excuse me.

[party music]

[music continues]

Cass?

Cass!

Oh my God! It's so good to see

you.

Hola, chica, how's it going?

I'm gonna come, sit with you.

I don't think there's room

but...

It's alright.

Nice boots, girl.

God, these young girls are big.

Excuse me!

Ooh, I think you lost something.

How are you?

Great!

Oh my God!

I'm great but can you believe

my agent sent me out for this?

I'm gonna kill her.

Why? You'd be perfect.

What? What are you talking

about?

Look around, Evelyn!

I look like the offspring of the

Brady Bunch in this room.

But you're not, okay?

You're a Canto to me,

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