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Over one night in New York City, lives of disparate strangers intersect by fate and circumstance. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Clint Jordan ... Rick Johnson

Kirsten Russell ... Joyce Johnson

Dudley Findlay Jr. ... Moses Jackson
Anthony Howard ... Tony

Greg Amici ... Dudley
Eleanor Hutchins
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennie Epland

Richard Gnolfo ... Dinner Party Guest
Lizabeth Sant'Angelo ... Maud

Dave Simonds ... Bob
Eric Wippo ... Troy

Directed by
Joe Maggio 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joe Maggio  writer

Produced by
Thierry Cagianut .... producer
Cedric Jeanson .... executive producer
Matthew Myers .... producer
John Quested .... executive producer
Original Music by
Hal Hartley 
Cinematography by
Gordon Chou 
Film Editing by
Seth Anderson 
Casting by
Amy Gossels 
Production Design by
Bryce 'Paul Mama' Williams  (as Bryce Paul Mama)
Art Direction by
Nick Stavrides 
Production Management
Mike Harrop .... post-production supervisor
Matthew Myers .... unit production manager
Sound Department
Jason Kaplan .... sound designer
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexander Livingston .... gaffer
Editorial Department
Lisa Stockus .... assistant editor
Pasquale Botta .... special thanks

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
One of the smartest examples of digital film making I have seen, 1 March 2005
Author: darren-145 from UK

I can't recommend this film enough but I know not everyone likes digital films made at a low budget. The difference here is that you can see a great talent working out his style and you get a brilliant story with it.

The film follows a married couple over one night in New York in a kind of dogma meets After Hours kind of way. They fight and each character is revealed to have serious mental problems to go with their emotional problems.

This is clever because you first think the husband is crazy and then you think his wife is crazy and then you realize (eventually - not too soon) that we are all crazy if you look at us the right (or wrong) way.

What I loved about this story was the way it kept its sense of humour for the darkest emotional moments - not that thats the only time it is funny but that's where its biggest punches are and its right there to the end. Watching him washing his trousers made me nearly wet mine.

The whole circular nature of the film - every character tires to escape another character and runs right back into them again - delivers this theme of escape only coming from facing up to whatever we run from. Its a smart theme and delivers both emotion and a kind of thriller pace and the writer and director have great fun with it. A really surprising movie that I can't wait to see again basically.

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