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When actress Annabelle Gurwitch was fired from a play by Woody Allen she wondered how she would cope with being fired by a cultural icon. Turning to friends in show business she was assured she was not alone. Once the subject had been broached, everyone she knew from her rabbi and gynecologists to her colleagues had advice and their own accounts of getting the boot to offer. This set her off on a journey to answer the question: was being fired going to be the best thing or worst thing that had happened in her working life.

Gurwitch began researching and traveling the country, interviewing people as diverse as Tim Allen, Sarah Silverman, Jeff Garlin, Anne Meara, David Cross and GM workers in Lansing, Michigan whose perspectives ranged from the tragically comedic to proving that old adage when one door closes another door opens, to the just plain tragic. Annabelle attended job fairs, received

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PRINCIPAL CAST:   Annabelle Gurwitch, Tim Allen, David Cross, Andy Dick, Tate Donovan, Andy Borowitz, Jeff Garlin, Richard Kind, Anne Meara, Bob Odenkirk, Robert Reich, Jeffrey Ross, Harry Shearer, Ben Stein, Sarah Silverman, Fisher Stevens, Illeana Douglas, Judy Gold

DIRECTOR:   Kyle LaBrache, Chris Bradley

WRITER:   Annabelle Gurwitch

PRODUCER:   Annabelle Gurwitch


GENRE   Comedy/Documentary

RATING   Not Rated

RUN TIME   71 Minutes

STUDIO   Shout Factory