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Intelligence (2006)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Colin Mathers
Bill Bolender ...
Old Man
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Young Friedrich
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Gelhen
Elly Jaresko ...
Ilse
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Waitress
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German Soldier #1
Cameron King ...
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Ilya Eckstein ...
Russian Soldier #1
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Alek Friedman ...
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Michael Scalzo ...
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American Soldier #2
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American Soldier #3
Antonio Martinez ...
Man At Counter
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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 Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Excellent Short Film
9 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

I saw this at the Vail Film Festival in 2006 and then, because it was so good, I went to it again at the Denver Arts Festival.

Great story and characters with a lot more going on that most short films. My head was spinning because of all the plot conveyed in such a short amount of time. Would be a great feature-length motion picture. Has Milo Ventimiglia in an early role-- before HEROES-- and shows he can act, not just stand around and look good.

This movie made me stop and wonder how many other clandestine, morally questionable events the U.S. Government has been involved in that we don't even know about.

If you get a chance to see this short, I highly recommend it.


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