Free Samples

Synopsis: A Stanford law-school dropout named Jillian escapes to the anonymity of Los Angeles to figure out what she wants to do with her life, and on the day of her college boyfriend's birthday, she finds herself stuck running an ice cream truck fending off locals and oddball friends alike. This one day spent in a truck on the streets of Los Angeles will wake Jillian from her aimless daze and make her see that life doesn't stop just because you want it to.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Jay Gammill
Production: STARZ MEDIA LLC.
Rotten Tomatoes:
80 min

[Say Hi's Shake

Her Shoulders" plays]

# My love

# The whole world's gonna end

# But when you shake your

shoulders and squint your eyes #

# The band plays on in

spite of everything #

Can't put two

letters in one box.

I think you can do that,

if it fits if you can

get them all in.


Man I hate this song.

I hated the last 7 songs.

Yes, but did you

hear what I said?

Jillian, can I have some money

for the jukebox?

Play something good Wally!

What's that song that

goesit's starts out.

Uh, I don't know.

I'll find it.

Yes, you do that.

Okay, what's this one?

Oh, hey, uh, okay okay.

Watch it, watch it.

Let's sit back down.

Are you drunk?

A woman just left the bar that I

used to go to law school with.

Are you a Lawyer?

She dropped out, but um

are you a painter this week?

No, I'm not a painter

this week.

That's good then.

It's Paula, her name is Paula.

C'mon there's gotta.

You know, I don't think that

I've seen Paula

in like a, uh, 6 months.

Oh, Jesus, what day is today?

The 19th.

You, remind me to call

Danny tomorrow.

And he doesn't want me to

make a big deal about it,

but you know, he's going to get

all pissy if I forget.

Who's that, who's Danny?



Do you know

what's really f***ed up?


What, what?

Wait what's really f***ed up?

Oh I wish somebody would

ask me that.

I have a word or two

to say about that.

Okay, uh, Jillian, what is,

what's really f***ed up

in a word or two?


I'm not a complete flake,

you know.

If I said I'd be there, then

that's what I'm going to do.

Jilly, hunny,

I need you to wake up.


Who let you in?


I live here.

You're at my place.

What time is it?

It's early, I'm sorry.

What- That's the hat

that Tex was wearing

when we met him last night.

Tex as in Texas?

Is he here right now?

Look, I need to ask

you a huge favor.

You wouldn't wear

any of my pajamas.

Are those gophers?

No they're

little bunny rabbits.

Nice, do you have

any pajamas for grown-ups?

That was funny last night

and it's still

funny this morning. But,

I really do need your help.

You'll be my hero.

No, okay, no, no, no.

No, Jillian. Jillian, we have

to leave right now.


I cannot wear

this shirt all day.

Look, I know, but you have to.

I don't understand how you

fit your breasts into this.

I don't know.

I like my clothes tight.

It's like wearing a corset.


No. No way.

I don't have the sort

of head made for a visor.

Please. This is a deal breaker.

Just drop it.

Okay, fine.

But, we have

to leave right now.

Oh, it's probably from Wally.

I made him sleep on the couch.

"Hey Nancy. I'm sorry but

I peed on your couch.

I'm leaving you

twenty dollars. Wally."

Ugh, We have to go.

[ beeping ]

You know, I don't understand

why he left you $20.

I don't know Is that for

you to get a new couch

or get the cushions cleaned?

Is that he didn't even

attempt to clean it up,

I mean, spray something on it

or at least try to mop it

up a little bit.

I would be mortified,

I don't think I'd ever

be able to look you

in the face again.

He's probably trying to

remember where his $20 went.

If I peed on your couch,

I would pay someone to come in

a steal all your furniture.

I'd rather burn down your

whole apartment building,

than tell you.

Hey Nancy, I peed on

your couch last night.

Get inside the truck!

Just kidding.

It's so fun. You're gonna

have a great time.

Yay! So fun!

Ok, anyone who wants

a sample can have one

but they can't have two.

Even if they offer

to pay for it.

I know. They're

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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