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Director:
Writer:
Stewart Hopewell (writer)
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It's time.
Plot:
A lonely cremation attendant steals a kiss from a beautiful, young body. She want's it back. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win See more »
User Reviews:
Chilling and hauntingly good See more (1 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Xander Chauncey ... Myron

Camila Quaresma ... Lucia
Martin Lang ... Dead man (as Marty Lang)
John Teusink ... Hearse driver
Reese Goodwin ... Hearse passenger

Directed by
Stewart Hopewell 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stewart Hopewell  writer

Produced by
Tony Ciarlariello .... co-producer
Ivette García Dávila .... producer (as Ivette Garcia Davila)
Jon Lang .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Matt Mariano 
 
Cinematography by
Bill Fernandez 
 
Film Editing by
Erika Waddey 
 
Casting by
Will Bigham 
 
Production Design by
Stevo Chang  (as Steven Chang)
Tim Croshaw 
 
Art Direction by
Matthew Bales 
Morgan Neal 
 
Makeup Department
Desire Vargas .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tony Ciarlariello .... unit production manager
Meredith Glynn .... production manager: second unit
David Portorreal .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Austin Lee Smoak .... second second assistant director
Daniel Tenkman .... first assistant director
Najaa Young .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Ed Banks .... swing gang
Michelle Blanco .... swing gang
Daniel Caffrey .... swing gang
Michelle Campbell .... assistant art director
Tim Croshaw .... set designer
Tony Heaney .... swing gang
Juan Sebastian Jacome .... swing gang
Alan Klinger .... swing gang
Daniel A. Levy .... swing gang
Morgan Neal .... second art director
Jason Peliwo .... technical art director
Jared W. Petticrew .... swing gang (as Jared Petticrew)
Tabitha Sherman .... swing gang
Nicholas E. Smith .... swing gang
Shanna Starzyk .... art assistant
Shanna Starzyk .... assistant art director
Shanna Starzyk .... second art assistant
Phil Van .... swing gang
 
Sound Department
Will Bigham .... sound mixer
D.R. Ceballos .... boom operator
Josh Ellis .... foley artist
David Holland .... foley artist
Stewart Hopewell .... foley artist
Nikki Nime .... sound mixer: second unit
Jared W. Petticrew .... sound mixer: second unit (as Jarred Pettigrew)
Elliott Schackne .... foley artist
Cris Silvent .... foley artist
Erika Waddey .... sound designer
Erika Waddey .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Aaron Land .... special effects crew
Jason Peliwo .... special effects art director
 
Visual Effects by
Stewart Hopewell .... digital effects artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sena Kwasi Amengor .... gaffer
Diego Araujo .... grip
Rashi Bahri Chitnis .... swing grip: second unit (as Rashi Bahri)
Jennifer Braddock .... second assistant camera: second unit
Stephen Broussard .... camera operator: second unit
Chris Caruso .... first assistant camera
Josh Ellis .... camera operator: second unit
Ana Foy .... second assistant camera
Rebecca Giggey .... second video assistant
Mike Gioulakis .... swing grip
David Holland .... clapper loader
Gerald Jackson Jr. .... grip
Jon Lang .... set videographer
Jared W. Petticrew .... swing grip (as Jared Petticrew)
Courtney T. Powell .... grip
Jon Provan .... camera operator
Michael Pycher .... swing grip
Kimberly Rice .... video assist operator
Elliott Schackne .... best boy electric
Elliott Schackne .... electrician
Jessica Schilling .... swing grip: second unit
Katerina Slantcheva .... third electrician
Richard Travis .... still photographer
Louis Vallon .... swing grip: second unit
Erika Waddey .... first assistant camera: second unit
Mary Ann Young .... third video assist operator
 
Casting Department
Megan D'Arco .... casting associate (as Megan Robb)
Brett Jacobsen .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Chris Bryant .... apprentice editor
Greg O'Bryant .... assistant editor
Chris Webber .... negative cutter
 
Other crew
Will Bigham .... field mixer
Sandy Cotreau .... production assistant
Megan D'Arco .... script supervisor (as Megan Robb)
Rodney Davis .... elevator technician
Stewart Hopewell .... title designer
Kimberly Rice .... production assistant
Mike W. Roland .... production assistant
Erika Waddey .... location manager
Jason Working .... production assistant
 

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USA:22 min
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Chilling and hauntingly good, 2 September 2006

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I have recently had the opportunity to see this film and I have to say that it was brilliant. Its dark setting suites very well the dark nature of its content; mainly that of a lonely crematorium worker who becomes infatuated while working on the body of a beautiful female corpse. Xander plays the roll of Myron who seems to have resigned to his lot of being a night-shift cremator for the rest of his days, when Lucia (Played beautiful by Camila Quaresma) enters his "life" and rekindles the spark of emotion had been snuffed out by so much time as a social recluse. His lust for the lifeless body borders on obsession as he breaks down and takes advantage of the post-mortem beauty that fate has delivered in his lap. His slip is brief and his remorse is evident as he follows through on his duties and sends the body into the flames, but remorse isn't enough to keep the ghosts buried in this case. Myron starts seeing Lucia during the remainder of his shift. Following him, haunting him, and seeking a balance for his moment of weakness. The reason I call this movie "hauntingly good" is because there are very few spoken lines and it takes a great talent to carry a film, even a 20 minute film, with just the ability of the actors to portray their characters feelings through facial expression and body language. Expertly performed and beautifully shot, this is an independent movie you don't want to miss.

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