The Dramatics: A Comedy

Synopsis: The Dramatics is a romantic comedy about a sweet, but stressed out actress, who unexpectedly lands a starring role in the sexually explicit mini-series adaptation of a best-selling, erotic chick lit novel and her loving, but tortured stoner boyfriend, who is forced to deal with it. Loosely based on the lives of Kat Foster and Scott Rodgers, who co-penned the script and co-star in the film, The Dramatics marks their first feature together and Rodger's directorial debut.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Scott Rodgers
Production: The Orchard
89 min


- Are you ready?

- - Give me a sec.

- You're ready now?

- I said give me a sec.

That was one second.

Very funny.

Hi. Hi. Hello.

Okay, yeah, I'm ready.

All right.

Here we go.

I'm going to take you now.

Not now.

That was not a request, Lucy.

Ow! Stop! Charlie!

The time has come for you

to reap what you've sewn.

Sewn. Sewn.

I'm the master.

You are my mistress.

W-w-wait but...

But, Charlie...

Babe, that's your line.

"Charlie rips off

Lucy's bloomers

and enters her from behind.

It's animalistic.

Passion exuding out

of every pore."

Is this for real?

- Yeah.

- Is that a real thing?

Babe, this is not good.

This is not good writing

and it's actually, like

very degrading to women

and I feel like

we sort of see eye to eye on the

feminism issue. You know what I mean?

Can we just do

another take, please?


Find out what it means to you.

Alright, from the top.

From the animalistic

fucking or before that?

- Can we just... - You want to get

right before the animalistic fucking?

Can we just take

it from the top?

The top of the fucking

or the top of the scene?

- You want me to get you off?

- No, I'm okay.

Oh god, I can't believe I ate

all that ice cream last night.

I had a crazy fucking dream.

- I feel so fat.

- I wish.

- Shut up.

- Yeah, another 20 pounds...

You're such a liar.

You're right.

Thirty, thirty-five pounds

Shut up.

We're on this train to India.

And it was like, all these

snakes on board.

These like little spiders. There's like,

like something about little spiders.

I can't remember.

And you were there and you almost

got attacked by, like this lion

or something like that. And like,

I tried, I tried to

save you and I couldn't.

I kept going like,

"I should have gotten that gun."

I should have gotten that gun.

- I should have gotten that gun.

- Mm...

May be you should

write a movie about that.

I don't need suggestions.

- I thought you were stuck.

- I'm not stuck.

I think I'm going to get a gun.

- We can't have guns.

- Why not?

We're liberals.

I don't give a shit.

When shit goes down,

we're gonna want guns.

I mean, I think we should

probably get jobs first.


All right. Looking good, babe.

Sexy mama-ma-ma-mam-ma.

I have a meeting with my agent.

He said he wanted me to

just come by today

to talk about

some projects and stuff.

- Do I look okay?

- I mean, you look amazing, if that's all right.

- Hmm. Thank you.

- Mm-hmm.

What's your deal today?

You're writing?

Yup. Feeling inspired.

- Really?

- F*ck, yeah, babe.

- Bye. Love you.

- Bye. Bye.

- I made you a PB & J.

- You're the best.

Also, Jim's out there

smoking pot.

Don't just go

smoke pot with him, okay?

All right. I don't even do that.

I will not. I cannot and I won't.

No, you can't.

Because I'm getting old

and my eggs are about

to shrivel up and die

and I want to have your

babies and a happy family.

And so we need to work hard

and make money, okay?

I'll all about it.

- Love you.

- Love you, too.

You're eggs aren't gonna

shrivel up and die.

Yeah, they are.

Don't smoke pot.

Smoke what? I couldn't...

I'm sorry.

I don't...

I couldn't hear you.

Love you.

Hey. How're you doing?

- How's, how's Katie?

- We're good.


Ever bother you that

she's such an ass-kicker?

And you're just a stoner?

- I'm not just a stoner.

- Of course you are.

She's not

just an ass-kicker.

- No one's just one thing.

- For sure, man.

Yeah, that's wh...

That's really what makes human beings

so awesome.

Is that it's our flaws

that make us beautiful.

And only when

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Kat Foster

Kathryn Davidametja "Kat" Foster (born May 17, 1978) is an American actress known for her role as Steph Woodcock on 'Til Death. more…

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