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According to Spencer

According to Spencer
Directed by Shane Edelman
Produced by Ehud Bleiberg
Abra Edelman
Richard Finney
Yitzhak Ginsberg
Terence Michael
Gay Ribisi
Written by Marissa Ribisi
Meredith Morton
Shane Edelman
Starring Jesse Bradford
Mia Kirshner
David Krumholtz
Adam Goldberg
Kendall Schmidt
Music by Buddy Judge
Patrick Warren
Cinematography Amit Bhattacharya
Edited by Christopher L. Walter
Distributed by Bleiberg Entertainment
November 2, 2001 (2001-11-02)
94 minutes
Country United States
Germany
Language English

According to Spencer is a 2001 film starring Jesse Bradford, Mia Kirshner, David Krumholtz, Adam Goldberg, and Brad Rowe.

Plot

The film is centered on Spencer (Bradford), who moves to Los Angeles and (literally) runs into Melora (Kirshner), the girl he's been in love with since he was a child. Spencer is plagued by many obstacles in his new life: winning the girl of his dreams, finding success in his new job, and dealing with his two ambiguously-oriented roommates (Krumholtz and Goldberg), who are

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