The other day while I was looking for an item for a patron, I stumbled across a movie that I had long ago meant to see. The documentary, My Date with Drew, is an exceptional story that finds aspiring filmmaker Brian Herzlinger on a quest to get a date with his boyhood crush, Drew Barrymore, in 30 days. He is flat broke, but has just won $1100 on a game show. Foregoing paying his bills, he decides to buy a camera at Circuit City, which he will be returning using their 30 day return policy, and document his efforts to score a date with Drew. The $1100 of winnings goes to such creative ideas as making a website and movie trailer to help him get tips on getting the date, and even to forge press passes to get into the Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle after party. And using his and his friends’ limited connections in the movie business, it is fascinating to see the six degrees of separation principal at work. Give the first 15 minutes or so a chance, which admittedly are pretty cheesy, because the rest is well worth the ride. And be sure to check out the bonus features detailing their efforts to find a distributor.