Host Paul Booth reviews this upcmoing Indie comedy. Directed by Peter Iengo
Written by Brett Lewis, Starring: Dylan Walsh, Michael Gross, Bruce Altman, Carey Lowell, Don Stark, Grainger Hines, Jessica Blank, Shaun Licata, Evan Hall
C STREET is a comedy farce about a power hungry intern who pimps out his apartment to sex-starved politicians, only to find his boss using it to have an affair with the girl of his dreams.
GUY POPPET is not a pimp. He’s just a guy with an audacious plan to control politics through sex.
Okay, he’s kind of a pimp. Guy turned his apartment into a kind of no-tell motel for politicians. Guy was on the fast track to power. He just had to follow the rules and play the game.
All that changed one day when Guy found Haley, the object of his affections, waiting naked in his bed — for someone else. Unbeknownst to Guy, his slick Senator boss was using Guy’s apartment to have an affair with the girl of his dreams.
Before Guy has a chance to express his true feelings to Haley, half of Washington shows up at Guy’s apartment oversexed and unannounced.
Guy can’t help but take advantage of the opportunity to advance the Senator’s pet project — health care reform — and jumps into the fray. When Haley realizes that she was just a pawn in his power play, she kicks everyone out, ruining the party dealing a major blow to Guy’s political aspirations.
Guy’s life goes from bad to worse when the Senator proposes to Haley and she agrees to marry him. Just when Guy thinks things can’t get any worse, they do. News of the C Street sex scandal breaks.