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(YouTube)   Star Drunk: A short sci-fi film that was both written and acted by drunk people, C'mon, it's better than anything with Jack Black in it   ( divider line
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Episode 1: 'Star Drunk,' a film by drunk people

Check out the rest of the Drunk Series on our channel!

Written drunk. Acted drunk.

Star Drunk is the sequel to the viral short film 'Cleverbot: Do You Love Me.' Star Drunk is an experiment in writing a short film while drunk; several writers from Portland got together one night to write the script. We promised each other that whatever we wrote that night, we'd produce as a short film. We ended up creating a Star Trek-Star Wars-Battlestar Galactica'esque parody with laser gun fights and space battles.

Taking the concept a step further (and stranger), we asked our cast to be drunk on the night of filming.

For those saying that we faked all of this, here's some proof that everyone was drunk. Some behind the scenes:​r4

The Captain: Greg James
LaBeef: Adam Elliot Davis
Gorgonzolla: Kyle Smith
Kaylee: Britt Harris
Ryan: Alexander Fraser
Dee: Bethany Jacobs

Directed by Chris R Wilson and Zach Persson
Written by Chris R Wilson, Zach Persson, Jacqueline Gault, Tim Feeney, Roman Battan and Josh Persson
Concept by Chris R Wilson and Roman Battan
Produced by Hollie Olson
Director of Photography - Phil Anderson
Camera Operators - Phil Anderson, Christopher Jayawardena, Janaka Jayawardena
Sound - Tim Kahn
Visual Effects by Chris R Wilson and Zach Persson

Additional Crew:
Susan Funk
Austin Caylor
Coltron James
Roman Battan

Sponsored by New Deal Distillery: (they gave us amazing booze)

Thank you to the cast for your willingness to put yourself out there like this! We love you, Steve Coker.

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