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Invitation to a Suicide (2004)





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Writer-director Loren Marsh's black comedy Invitation to a Suicide - an official selection at the AFI Fest and HBO Comedy Festival - concerns the plight of Kaz Malek, a witless young man raised in a Polish enclave of Brooklyn. In a (very) misguided attempt to escape from his dead-end life as a baker's son, Kaz slyly lifts $10,000 from a Russian mobster, but is promptly caught. The mobster threatens to kill Kaz's father if he can't come up with the payola. To escape from this plight, Kaz devises a wild yet workable scheme: he'll publicly hang himself and sell tickets for the show, thus raising the money to pay off his creditor but dying in honor instead of living in shame over his father's death. To his utter shock, everyone - his father and the Mafioso included - wholeheartedly applauds the idea. But it remains unclear whether Kaz will follow through and off himself. Marsh pulled influence for the film from such classic films as Harold and Maude and King of Hearts.

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Pablo Schreiber
as Kaz Malek
Joseph Urla
as Ferfichkin
Matthew Rauch
as Krysztof
Tobi Kanter
as Snuff Film Victim
Stephen Aronson
as Eva's Father
Stan Carp
as Officer Schmidt
Marika Dominczyk
as Manhattan Woman
Michael Orsino
as Brooklyn Kid
Brandon Reilly
as Blonde Kid
Herbert Rogers
as Kidney Patient
Zenon Kruszelnicki
as Delivery Man
Robert Elmes
as Bartender
Ari Gold
as Loren Marsh
Ben Wang
as Lamont's Doctor
Jennifer Smith
as Bartender
Edward Szala
as Accordion Player
Nick Raio
as Cop No. 1
Ray Seiden
as Cop No. 2
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