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Philip Seymour Hoffman, a Rochester native, gives a local teen director a break by appearing in his class assignment piece.

Timothy Farmer's short film Simply Leon follows a high school student who wants nothing more than to be popular, but the moment it's obtained he's left morally bankrupt.

Hoffman's cameo in the short was to scorn the big-headed student. Farmer said "Hoffman had some idea of what he was doing." After all, the Oscar-winning actor *did* play a drag queen and Truman Capote.

I doubt there's plans for the film to see any sort of release, unless Farmer finds his way to YouTube.


1 Responses to “pass the torch”

  1. Anonymous Jacksonville James 

    I don't know about you but I think the director needs to step in front of the camera. he's cute!!!!!

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