The screenplay started life as three short scripts, when the budget became available to make one of those shorts the Director decided to make all three into a juxtaposed feature. See more »
When the gunman is making his speech towards the end of the first segment he has his sunglasses on, in the very next shot they are off and then back on in the third shot. See more »
Why don't you leave her alone?
What did you just say to me?
Are you sure you aren't fucking deaf? I said leave her alone!
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In the first released version of the film, director Rick Larkin's name was omitted from the credits accidentally despite more than 9 different crew positions being attributed to him in the billing. Several festivals contacted the production company about the film simply because they couldn't figure out who directed it. See more »
for a low budget flick I liked this a lot, story may be a bit mad, a couple of the actors weren't exactly Oscar material but overall it entertained and that is what movies are supposed to do.
the script was clever, i think that if more money or a bigger crew (it was filmed with like 4 people on crew apparently) was available the story would have turned out better, it wasn't bad, but a weak budget always shows no matter how good the guys with the camera are.
I was lucky enough to be at the premiere of this flick which was a cracking good night out, the producers really showed a lot of potential in the publicity regard.
I guess I can sum up my opinion of the film this way, I've seen lots of films with budgets 100 times as big that weren't as good, so kudos guys, well done.
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