Numero Dos

Numero Dos

Time For A Comedy

Our last short was a drama about a terminally ill woman with a rare skin disorder that doesn’t allow her to ever be in the sun or leave her house during daylight hours… an important subject, but… it was time for a comedy.

Potty humor is immature, but timeless. It makes even the most dignified people laugh because tasteless or not – what happens in the bathroom is a common struggle that unites us all. And not being able to find a place to go when you really have to, is a battle we all understand. It always ends in relief that is hard to equal.

This is a film about that struggle. That redemption. That release.

Like the Academy-Award-Nominated film Babel, this is about crossing language barriers.

And crossing the barriers of good taste.

DOS HAPPENS.

– Producers of Numero Dos

5 Comments

Cindy Sims
Nov 11, 2009 at 4:31 am

I can’t find this movie can you help me! Also when is the CMA and where and what time!
Thanks, Cindy


 
denis
Jan 5, 2010 at 12:15 am

Good movie


 
john christiansen
Apr 17, 2010 at 7:07 pm

Hey Kimberley

I am from Denmark, and watch everyting with you. In tese days it is according to jim. I think you are a wonderfull and beautifull acctres, and i wish all the best. With love

John christiansen
Denmark


 
Wanda
Jun 6, 2010 at 11:14 pm

Hi Kimberly:

I sit here typing this with tears falling down my cheeks as I just finished watching Follow the Stars Home. You were absolutely amazing in this movie. I just wanted to thank you for portraying Dianne’s character so beautifully. My 12 year old daughter Jasmine suffered severe brain damage following heart surgery when she was just 8 months old. The incident left her in a state similar to that of Julia’s character. She cannot walk, talk, or eat on her own. I had a strong connection to your character, because Jasmine’s father could not handle her condition and left us a few months after her surgery. But like Dianne, I’ve had a loving mother who has supported me every step of the way. Additionally, Jasmine has two loving older sisters who have also been her best friends. Jasmine continues to defy odds, but our faith in GOD and our love and commitment to her has always been at the forefront of our lives.

Thanks again to you and the entire cast of Follow the Stars Home for doing such a wonderful job. I know the movie is nearly 10 years old, but this is the first time I’ve seen it. Best of luck and continued blessings I wish for you and your family.

Sincerely,

Wanda

P.S. Please keep Jasmine in your prayers as she undergoes spinal fusion surgery in a few months to correct her scoliosis.


 
Justine
Oct 6, 2010 at 2:44 am

How do I watch it?

I’m curious :) …a big fan of BOTH of you!


 

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