A Resistance member returns home to learn that the man she once loved now works for the government she is committed to overthrowing. Soon after, they are both arrested and are forced to choose between death and torture as the only way out.


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Credited cast:
Guard #1
Guard #2
Guard #3 (as Danny Hernandez)
Mike Kobayashi ...
Guard #4
Guard of the Party
Pankaj Purohit ...
(as Judge Pankaj Purohit)
The Voice of the Party
Harold Surratt ...


Anne, a Resistance Member, returns home to Garcia, the man she loves, to ask for his help; only to discover that he rather not see her. She quickly realizes that he now works for the government she is committed to overthrowing. But as love reignites, Garcia decides to help Anne in her subversive actions, putting his own life in danger. But they are being monitored and quickly captured. Garcia is forced to face Anne in a setting orchestrated by the government: a Torture Room where the only options are cooperation or death. Written by Anonymous

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Circumstances


Short | Thriller



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Release Date:

3 March 2006 (USA)  »

Box Office


$22,500 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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shocking and beautiful short film
12 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Saw the film at Cinequest Film Festival 2006. It is shot so well, it looks stunning. They made it on HD apparently but it looks like film. The story is really complex for a short film and so intriguing. It is shocking because of the deftly filmed and edited torture sequences and beautiful in the romantic flashbacks. The story takes place in an unidentified time and location. So it really makes you think about what is happening all over the world, everyday. We are all torturers, and we are all revolutionaries. Also I love the mentions of Satyagraha and other revolutionary ideas. The characters have really intense dilemmas that they are. I think it would be fascinating to expand the story into a feature - there are so many idea buried within. I want to know more about this "fictional" world that they live in. Really complex little film!

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