"Sam and Matt flee their small mid-western town of 'Shickville,' for New York City, where hot girls roam the streets!," reads a show synopsis. "After months of failure they come up with the idea to hold a fake audition to meet women. Hilarity ensues when dozens of hot, talentless, babes show up competing for a job that doesn't exist."
The comedy puts the unlikely heroes in the midst of writing and rehearsing a show — simply to win the heart of one of the actresses. Set in and around the Broadway community, the film was shot in New York City.
Joel Zwick, the director best known for his work on "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," describes the movie as "a funny, smart and even touching comedy. The visual style is imaginative and very well executed. It is a story well told and very well acted.”
The film premiered at the 2008 Big Apple Film Festival.
Maverick Entertainment will release the DVD, which is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.
View the trailer for "Farm Girl in New York":