Lost Cat Corona

Synopsis: A play-it-safe guy must search for his wife's missing cat, bringing him face-to-face with the colorful, wacky, and sometimes, the more dangerous element of his neighborhood, forcing him to confront his fears and rethink his M.O.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Anthony Tarsitano
Production: City Squirrel Films
 
IMDB:
4.6
NOT RATED
Year:
2017
85 min
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Ah, f*** me.

Ow! F*** you!

I said,

what did I say?

You knocked them!

Tell me what I said.

I'll slap you upside your head,

I told you I'm talking,

didn't I?

What did I say, huh?

Ow! Let go, Dan!

F***.

Hey!

Now, listen to me.

Hey!

Mind your f***ing business,

all right.

Don't make me

call the cops, huh?

So, maybe I just

beat your ass too then, huh?

Oh, he said, "let her go."

Jerk off, what are you deaf?

Let her go.

F*** you, too.

What?

Are you f***ing kidding me?

Son of a...

I don't need help.

F***, I can take care of myself.

Damn right.

You f***ing weird, with your

fat face and whatever.

Nice mouth.

Real nice mouth.

F*** you!

F*** your mother!

You believe that sh*t?

Both need help.

Yeah.

Have a good one.

Thanks.

Dominic?

Yeah.

I'm sick.

What?

I'm sick!

What?

Leonard didn't come home

last night.

You gotta go out

and find him.

Don't give me any grief today.

You're the one

who let him out.

He was whining and carrying-on.

He wanted to go out.

So you let him?

In the middle of the night?

Coyotes and all...

I'd like to kick you

in the balls right now. May I?

Oh wait, I have to

find them first.

Ah, here we go.

Can you stand up to a cat

for Christ sake?

I got sal's dad wake today.

I'm just saying.

Why is everything

an argument with you?

My mother is going

into surgery today, remember?

And since when are you and sal

such good friends anymore?

Just find

Leonard first, all right?

And pick up some toilet paper.

I just finished the last roll.

Hey, Leonard...

All right, I'll call you

and let you know

how my mother's doing.

All right.

Oh, sh*t.

When you pick up toilet paper

stop by the cleaners,

i forgot my black sweater.

Toilet paper, sweater, got it.

Please...

Just find Leonard.

Find him.

I'll find him.

Leonard!

F***ing cat.

Ah, f*** you.

Nothing?

That cat's got it in for you.

He's probably hiding somewhere

laughing his ass off.

Ah, cats, Connie, people...

I take one day off of work

and this is the sh*t

i gotta deal with.

I told you about the guy

slapping the sh*t out

of his girlfriend this morning.

And her, she's f***ed up.

You're lucky

he didn't have a gun.

You know, see,

that's really f***ed up.

What's f***ed up now?

That fact that the silver lining

is he didn't have a gun.

I mean,

this entire city is insane.

So move.

Yeah, move. Where am i

gonna move? This is my home.

I don't know.

Some place nice.

What's nice?

That phony,

"have a nice day" bullshit.

I mean,

why can't people just be normal?

I just want to get through

my life unscathed, that's it.

Leave me alone.

Well, good luck with that.

Yeah.

So, we're gonna go

look for this cat or what?

Yeah,

i got to look for this cat,

i don't find this cat,

I'm moving in with you,

so how's that?

Who the hell is this?

Hi.

Hi, dom.

Hi! Betty.

I live across the street.

He didn't come home yet?

No, not yet.

Connie called me

early this morning, frantic.

Si.

You remember

when my Bruno went missing?

But I did these flyers...

Look.

And I got so many calls.

Lots!

I think it's brilliant,

you know.

I can do one for you.

Maybe it'd help.

It's helping already, I think.

Thanks, bet,

i really appreciate it.

I'm gonna see how

i make out myself first, okay.

Take the flyer, man.

Is this your number?

Yeah.

You see, you better find him.

You got it. I'll let you

know how it make out.

Bye.

Bye-bye.

Bye.

You know, Tommy the suit

bought a big ass SUV.

Yeah.

And I told him, you know,

"gas don't grow on trees,"

you know.

That's true.

She's worried about coyotes?

What about the q-58 express bus?

Leonard!

Leonard!

No doubt, liberace was gay

way before his time.

Way before.

Oh.

Well, this was fun.

Time to expand the search.

We'll pack a suitcase?

Hey!

Are you for real?

I thought you were so sick.

Oh, I forgot to tell you.

I joined the mathletes.

I got a tournament.

Oh, you're hilarious.

Stop your lying.

Rolling in at 01:00 A.M.

you can't just come and go

as you please.

Hey, you know what?

I'm done with you.

Let your father

deal with this sh*t.

He's not my father.

Come on.

You better be back here

before he gets home!

Don't say I didn't warn you!

So what's the game plan?

You'll see.

Where did you get this map?

From the year of the flood?

You asked for

a from map of corona.

It's a historical map.

What?

What is this?

A historical jacket?

It's a wake, remember?

Now what do we need this for?

I know where the hell I am.

One word... Connie.

You mark where you look.

If you don't find him,

you have proof that you looked.

Is it okay?

Yes fine, I have like

fifty of them.

What is it with you and maps?

You know, ponce...

Can I just like, not to looking,

and still mark up the map.

Let's do that then.

Yeah, right.

That's good for you.

Back to my plan then?

Yeah, go ahead.

So, we're pretty much bordered

by hazardous roads.

So, we start here

in Roosevelt...

Down to 1/11...

Long island expressway...

Here, here, mm?

I could have

found the cat by now.

It's been eight years, huh?

Yep.

You looked like a maniac

sitting in with the vet with a

python wrapped around your neck.

Connie freaked.

You see that?

You guys have

just rescued Leonard.

You and I meet.

And here I am,

helping you to find him.

- It was all meant to be.

- Yeah, meant to be.

What was the name

of the snake again?

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