Kopy Kings is a solid workplace romantic comedy in the vein of Waiting or Office Space. A true-indie film, Kopy Kings was made in Austin, TX and employs a wealth of up-and-coming actors. Maggie (Kira Pozehl) and Dan (Dave Mox) are Managers/Almost-Star-Crossed-Lovers at the crazy printing store - Kopy Kings. They could be happy together if they were able to get out of their own way. Along come Brad (Darrell Mitchell) who is both a catalyst for romantic change and office chaos. Rounding out the quirky copy-shop characters are slacker Finny (Patrick Arnez), Moonlighting-Erotic-Chat line-Host Darla (Diana Rose), Flamboyant-Wannabe-Drag-Queen Barry (Joe Bunner) and Mike the nudist (Greg Dorchak). The crew must balance work and fun amidst news that the shop is soon to be sold by longtime benevolent owner, Abe Spinetti. Rounding at the cast are the hilarious graveyard shift members Sarah (Ammie Leonards) and Pip (Frank Kim). Memorable and funny customers add to the joy of this light-feel-good-comedy such as Dr. Jerry, the girls of Delta/Kappa/Phi and the intimidating church lady. The film is masterfully shot in excellent HD by DP Eric Graham. Greg Dorchak's script balances light-hearted fun, romantic tension, along with some edgy bits. Overall, Kopy Kings, succeeds as an entertaining workplace comedy with some non-stereotypical romantic undertones. A great example of worthwhile indie-film from good 'ole Austin, TX. The soundtrack (featuring Bob Schneider) is also strong and leverages the local music scene to full effect.