An act of violence in the shower room of a boy's prep school gets out of hand and all of the participants are traumatized.

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Will Bostwick ...
Thomas
Ben Spiro ...
Stewart
Jonathan Lucas ...
Robert
George Chimples ...
Timothy
Darren Branch ...
Eddie
William Hoffman ...
Mr. Bernard
Caroline McGraw ...
Anne
Ted Zbozien ...
Thomas's Father
Carol Pribble ...
Timothy's Mother
Sam Barbour ...
Drug Addict
Irsten Horowitz ...
Paintball Kid #1
Joe Ross ...
Paintball Kid #2
Malcolm Barrett ...
Paintball Kid #3
Andreas Tekus ...
Paintball Kid #4
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At a boy's prep school, four boys attack and punch another boy. One of the attackers narrates. We see the four attackers in various activities: wrestling, playing in the orchestra, sitting in class, writing, running cross country. Is the victim dead? Why was he attacked? A teacher sharpens pencils; another discusses "Oedipus Rex." A father drives his son to school. The everyday has a subtext. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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shower | son | running | pencil | orchestra | See All (25) »

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Drama | Short

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June 2003 (USA)  »

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Not quite so "awesome"
13 July 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

CODA is a short film about a young man in a prep school and an act of violence that shatters everything.

Technically speaking, CODA is a pretty well-made film--featuring excellent camera work, decent acting and a professional and polished look about it. In that sense, those who made it should be proud of it. However, the film isn't quite as awesome as some have said--mostly because the film never really seemed to gel. It was like they had a good idea for a film but didn't exactly know where to go with it or how to end the film. As a result, when the film was complete, I was left feeling disappointed.

If you'd like to see it, try picking up a copy of "Shorts!: Vol. 1" and then write a review. Perhaps I am missing something--you figure out for yourself if this is the case.


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