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GE Theatre to screen duo’s feature

Petrequin and Ferrara’s ‘Frankenstein GPS’ includes slapstick, sci-fi elements

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Jess Petrequin isn’t that concerned about his first feature movie being less than perfect. “We made a few mistakes, but we left them in on purpose to give the film some character,” said Petrequin, who owns and operates Goose Hill Barber Shop on Van Vranken Ave. “It’s a slapstick comedy. It’s meant to be so horrible that it’s good.” Petrequin and close friend Rocko Ferrara worked on and off for two years to make “Frankenstein ...

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