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Disturbing Leonard (2004)

Librarian? Mental patient? Reality TV star? The title character of DISTURBING LEONARD claims to be all three. This dark comedy short chronicles the relationship between Leonard and Miriam, ... See full summary »

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Cindi Alex ...
Mother with Stroller
Christine Cannavo ...
Tamara, the boss
Peter A. Carey ...
Doctor
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TV Announcer Voice
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Boy with House of Cards
Larry Coen ...
Leonard Miller
Greg Flick ...
Man on Crutches
Bill Folman ...
TV Announcer Voice, Student with Dirty Book
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Intimidating Man At Urinal 2
Aaron Gurley ...
Respectful Student
Benjy Kantor ...
Intimidating Man At Urinal 1
Michael Keane ...
Tyler Miller
Stephanie Koutrakos ...
Girl With Book
Hero Ngauv ...
Man at Urinal
Carol Parker ...
Miriam
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Librarian? Mental patient? Reality TV star? The title character of DISTURBING LEONARD claims to be all three. This dark comedy short chronicles the relationship between Leonard and Miriam, a quiet nurse who cares for him after he attempts to commit suicide. As Leonard recounts the events which led to his hospitalization, Miriam must decide if there is any truth to his stories about the mysterious reality TV show that ruined his life, the one that broadcast images from his brain, destroyed his marriage, and spiked his coffee with hot fish sauce. Written by b

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