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Ever wonder what your therapist really thinks?
When therapist Dr. Leonard Stern discovers he has six weeks to live, he adopts a fresh method of treatment: brutal honesty. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kevin Pollak ... Dr. Stern
Frankie J. Allison ... Turtle Guy (as Frankie Jay Allison)

Vivian Bang ... Germ-Phobic Woman

Michael Cornacchia ... Fondler

Matthew Frauman ... Abused Boyfriend (as Mathew Frauman)

Jorge Garcia ... Gardener

Rick Hoffman ... Gay Man

Johnny Messner ... Playboy

Jerry Minor ... Man Afraid of the Dark

Katheryn Winnick ... Waif
Susan Pearlstein ... Dr. Williams (voice)

Rob Pearlstein ... Dr. Gardenswartz (voice)

Directed by
Rob Pearlstein 
Writing credits
Rob Pearlstein (written by)

Produced by
Pia Clemente .... producer
Loren Mendell .... producer
Nancy Nayor .... associate producer
Rob Pearlstein .... producer
Original Music by
Asche & Spencer 
Cinematography by
Jeremy Launais 
Film Editing by
Dick Gordon 
Casting by
Nancy Nayor 
Production Design by
Carter C. Addy  (as Carter Addy)
Costume Design by
Jennifer Dozier 
Makeup Department
Claudia Fisk .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eric Schneider .... second assistant director
Ken Wada .... first assistant director
Art Department
Rimma Aranovich .... assistant decorator
Chris Dye .... set dresser
McJoel Hamilton .... set dresser (as Joel Hamilton)
Frankie Rodriguez .... storyboard artist
Patrick Shaw .... set dresser
Sound Department
Brad Bryan .... boom operator
Erik H. Magnus .... production sound mixer (as Erik Magnus)
Camera and Electrical Department
Will Cotton .... camera loader
Keith Davis .... first assistant camera
Keith B. Davis .... first assistant camera
Cale Finot .... second assistant camera
Jason Fischman .... swing
Michael Maga .... camera trainee (as Mike Maga)
Shawn Maurer .... director of photography: additional photography
Richard A. Mention III .... camera preparation (as Rickie Mention)
Haydn Pazanti .... second assistant camera
Keith Robinson .... first assistant camera
Shane Sato .... still photographer
Scott Wells .... dolly grip (as Scott 'Thumper' Wells)
David Wilder .... electrician
Casting Department
David Bernad .... casting assistant (as Dave Bernad)
Christine Simmons .... casting assistant
Kelly Wagner .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amelia Buhrman .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Chris Angel .... on-line editor
Robert Bell .... telecine assistant
Mike Bliss .... second assistant editor (as Michael Bliss)
Craig Deardorff .... second assistant editor
Billy Gabor .... telecine colorist
Dahkil Hausif .... assistant editor
Other crew
Carry Carter .... craft service
Cara Gardenswartz .... technical consultant (as Dr. Cara Gardenswartz)
Erin Kane .... production assistant
Herb Kay .... craft service
Lisa McNeil .... script supervisor
Kalia Waits-Smith .... production assistant

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14 min
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Humanistic tale reminding us to live life to its fullest, 26 February 2006
Author: darrendgc from United States

Visually appealing with a lean and tight story structure. It's a contemporary tale that engages with modern music and dialogue for our day. The film is subtle and charming with character portrayals that will leave you smiling. Kevin Pollack is superb as a psychiatrist who begins the movie cold to the reality of his patients incessant complaints and lack of progress. Upon news from his own personal doctor, Pollack's character becomes a warm, engaging and challenging psychiatrist who is a catalyst for several patient's personal improvement. For such a short film there is a surprisingly rewarding depth to each character's personal arc. Doctor Stern (Pollack) and each of his patients remind us that life is too short to have any regrets once "Our Time Is Up..."

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