A single mom and her teenage daughter navigate their relationship on a trip to the Appalachian countryside to have lunch with an ex-con that mom has her eye on.

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Louise Smith ...
The Mom
Iris Bieri ...
The Daughter
Latham Zearfoss ...
The Friend
Bruce Cromer ...
The Guy
Willa Dallas ...
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Maria Rossiwall ...
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Maiko Yamashita ...
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Talmadge K. Lytle ...
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Jenni Button ...
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A single mom and her teenage daughter navigate their relationship on a trip to the Appalachian countryside to have lunch with an ex-con that mom has her eye on.

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Loose Cannons
Written by David Claman
Performed by Steven Mackey, Matt Wuolle and Mark Zaki
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A vague plotted, yet visually impressive short film.
23 March 2003 | by (Cleveland, Ohio) – See all my reviews

I did not really like the general atmosphere and style of this movie. Things were too vague. Short film can often be limiting, and keeps a director from clearly expressing his intent, and unless this movie was filled with pointless scenes to convince the audience to draw their own conclusions, this was the case.

A woman brings her daughter and one of her daughter's friends with her to meet with an ex-convict. The mother used to be the ex-convict's social worker, and through out the film it is made apparent that the mother is attracted to this ex-convict.

A lot of this film could really be put up for debate as far as what was meant. The movie ends abruptly, and I felt that a lot was left unexplained, however one could argue otherwise. The daughter talks in sort of a voice like she is reading from a book, and there were no other performances to speak of. Most of the cinematography was good; the DoP did a good job of taking advantage of what scenery he had to deal with.


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