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In present day Miami, Colin Mathers follows a hot lead to tie up his feature story and reveal new graphic details behind closed doors in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. His "lead" is a man with the story of a lifetime but also has much more "intelligence" than Collin had ever imagined. And things get personal. The background of this politically-charged story is based on true historical events. Written by
I saw this at a festival... I think it was called the Silverlake Festival... It was pretty good. In fact, there's more story in this short film than most feature length thrillers. It had to do with a German Intelligence Officr who went to work for the OSS (later the CIA) right at the end of WWII. The American officer who brought him in wouldn't let him bring his wife and she was killed. He then spent the next 50 years tracking the American's descendants to take revenge. It was pretty good. Even had some stuff in there about the evils of tobacco companies and Guantanamo Bay torture center. I think this film won the Silverlake Festival actually. I bet some studio makes it into a big budget movie.
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