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pledged of $4,000 goal
Get a Chutzpah hug from Jessie (virtual or real depending on where you live)
Every dollar counts guys - though many have said my hugs are priceless.....
I'll tweet/poke/tumble/rumble - whatever YOU'RE in to, I'll promote it!
Shell out 25 bucks or more and get a signed copy of the script or a movie poster plus some Chutzpah in the form of refined sugar.
8 Funders of 10 remaining
Shell out 50 bucks and I'll help you get your 1st Commandment on or you can just start with dinner and some fro yo? I've got the perfect friend for you, and they can't wait to meet you and tell you how cute you look tonight.
I'll hook you up!
Shell out 100 bucks and get a VIP ticket to the hot shot premiere, a huge hug from Jessie (priceless) and your name on the Chutzpah wall of fame on our web site. Now start figuring out what you're gonna wear but you can't look cuter than me.....
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For a mere 500 bucks get a personalized Chutzpah experience designed by Jessie! Just tell me what you're into and I'll plan an epic Chutzpah adventure for you - just bring your an empty stomach, some sunscreen, and room for me!
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Who says you can't buy your way in this town?
Shell out 1000 bucks or more and get a cameo on the series. Get ready for your close up baby!
Jessie Kahnweiler began her steamy love affair with moviemaking at the University of Redlands where she immediately began ditching class in order to make documentaries. For her thesis film, Little America, she hitchhiked across the country to explore the world of America’s truck drivers. After college, Jessie packed up her emotional baggage and headed to the City of Angels, churning out a slew of short films including It’s Magic which depicts a young woman who interviews to become a magician’s assistant. Her latest film ,Stupid Questions, stars Zelda Williams as Lucy, a feisty young casting assistant who holds a phony casting call in an effort to find her dream guy. The film has screened at
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