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The FP is a 2011 American independentcomedy film written and directed by brothers Brandon(pictured right) and Jason Trost (pictured left). The film focuses on two gangs—the 248 and the 245—that are fighting for control of Frazier Park (The FP). The gangs settle their disputes by playing Beat-Beat Revelation, a video game similar to Dance Dance Revolution. Gang member JTRO (Jason Trost) undergoes training to defeat L Dubba E (Lee Valmassy), the leader of a rival gang. Jason Trost conceived The FP when he was 16 years old, and developed it into a short film. He was then encouraged to make a feature-length version. Ron Trost—Brandon and Jason Trost's father—served as special effects supervisor and executive producer of the film, and his property was the primary filming location. The full-length version of The FP premiered at South by Southwest on March 13, 2011, and received positive reviews. After its screening at the Fantasia Festival on July 30 that year, Drafthouse Films acquired the film for distribution. It had a limited release and received mixed reviews, failing to recoup its production budget. (Full article...)
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^Panayotov, Valentin; Kyle Hamar, Teresa L T Birdwhistell, Clarence Red, Jennifer Dillon, David Dennison, Anthony P. Barnes, Brent Koplitz (1995-04). "Selective removal of potassium from K4In4Sb6 via laser ablation/ionization". Applied Physics Letters66 (17): 2241–2243. doi:10.1063/1.113179. ISSN0003-6951.Cite uses deprecated parameters (help);Check date values in: |date= (help)
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