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2011 American komidi gambar

Answer This! Christopher Farah
Answer This! Theatrical release poster

Theatrical release poster

Directed by Christopher Farah
Screenplay by Christopher Farah
Produced by Mike Farah
Anna Wenger
Starring Christopher Gorham
Arielle Kebbel
Chris Parnell
Nelson Franklin
Evan Jones
Kip Pardue
Kali Hawk
Ralph Williams
Cinematography Christian Sprenger
Edited by Wendy Nomiyama
Music by John Paesano
Distributed by Wrekin Hill and Neca Films

Release date

  • October 13, 2011 (2011-10-13)
    (United States)

Running time

100 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $2,000,000
Box office $5,567,890[1]

Marquee of the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor advertising a preview screening of the film

Answer This!

is an American 2011 comedy gambar hidup written and directed by Christopher Farah and starring Christopher Gorham, Arielle Kebbel, and Chris Parnell.[2]
The gambar hidup was primarily filmed in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is set at the University of Michigan; it is the first bioskop to have been filmed closely in cooperation with the University.[3]



  • Christopher Gorham as Paul Tarson
  • Arielle Kebbel as Naomi
  • Chris Parnell as Brian Collins
  • Kip Pardue as Lucas Brannstrom
  • Nelson Franklin as James Koogly
  • Evan Jones as Izzy ‘Ice’ Dasselway
  • Kali Hawk as Shelly
  • Ralph Williams as Dr. Elliot Tarson
  • Michael Sinterniklaas as Umlatt the Flunkee



The film features many notable locations around the city of Ann Arbor, as well as the University of Michigan. The locations include Ashley’s, Zingerman’s Delicatessen, the University of Michigan Law Quad, Saint Thomas School, Michigan Stadium, the Diag, the Michigan League, Nickels Arcade, the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market, Barton Pond and the Barton Hills kewedanan, Washtenaw Dairy, Espresso Royale, Eight Ball Saloon, and the Michigan Union.



  1. ^

    “Answer This!”.

  2. ^

    Patrick Dunne. “Answer This!”. The A.V. Club. Retrieved

  3. ^

    Julie Hinds. “U-M plays big role in new comedy ‘Answer This!’“. Detroit Free Press. Retrieved

External links


  • Official website
  • Answer This!
    at IMDb
  • Answer This!
    at Rotten Tomatoes
  • Apple Trailers page for
    Answer This!
  • Detroit News Review: Comic ‘Answer This!’ celebrates Ann Arbor

University of Michigan