A man, who has not left the building he works and lives in for 14 years, meets a receptionist eager to understand more about his mysterious life.

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A man, who has not left the building he works and lives in for 14 years, meets a receptionist eager to understand more about his mysterious life.

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$30,000 (estimated)

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$3,426 (USA) (13 April 2007)

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$19,373 (USA) (13 July 2007)
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Writer/director Aaron Ruell was the only short filmmaker to have two different short films selected for the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. See more »

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Great Short.
19 March 2005 | by (Oxnard, United States) – See all my reviews

I went to the sundance film festival and saw the shorts program there, of the movies shown there Everythings gone Green was the best out of them. Better then Wasp with its crappy CGI wasp and all, and yet wasp won a academy award. Anyway they shot this movie on super 35mm something uncommon seeing that everyone else shot on 16mm or HD or in one case VHS. The shot style was amazing I found that the DP had a great style that confided emotion and impressed me to no end. Also I would like to comment that this movie looked professional there were no color balance issues and there were no over or under exposer. That really set it apart from the other movies the other movies often would put that aside and as a result that alone would set this movie apart from the others. The story was well placed and was very interesting I enjoyed it the most out of the entire shorts program at sundance


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