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"Who would you hate more: Hitler or the man who killed your parents? ... And you're Jewish."

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Dalla Andracchio ...
Sally
Adrian Angelo ...
Waiter
Bryan Bessor ...
Creepy Old Man
Todd Betker ...
Famine
Anthony J. Bishop ...
Pestilence
Bridget Carey ...
Bartender
Gregory Caridi ...
War
John-Paul Nickel ...
Death (as J.P. Nickel)
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From the people that brought you the cult comedy hit Why We Had To Kill Bitch comes the short film Grim, a witty romantic comedy that turns the "Honey-there's-something-I-need-to-tell-you-about-myself" genre on it's ear. Dan wants to marry Sally. But before he'll let her say "yes" he needs to let her in on a secret about his day job, a secret so unbelievable, so shocking, so Biblical that Sally literally needs to see it to believe it. Written by JP Nickel

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The movie they warned you about in church


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The Bartender's shirt is promotion for Five Cent Cent Productions' first film, "Why We Had To Kill Bitch". See more »

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War: Well, how 'bout it?
Famine: Ok. Let's see... I'm young. I'm Jewish. And my parents are dead.
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31 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

Watched Grim in a dark theater on Hollywood Blvd. Appropriate, yes, for this clever little film that uses the Death mythos to great effect. Snappy and crisp, it would be better served to be expanded to a feature. I hear it has been quite the festival winner, which is where I caught it. It also played at a festival my work was in. It seems JP Nickel has had quite a few festival entries that have gotten acclaim. I believe this is his best work. The acting is an improvement from Why We Had To Kill Bitch. I do feel that it is a satisfactory little snapshot of the concept but there could be more levels explored. Does anyone agree on this with me? Inquiring minds want to know. Looking forward to the replies...


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