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Kazuya Wright ...
Stewart
Peita McCulloch ...
Hannah / Monica
Darren Taylor ...
Edward
Barbara Baugh ...
Real Estate Agent
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Stewart and Hannah were your typical young couple searching for their dream home until a freak encounter at an old house saw a long expired life flash before Stewart's eyes, as if it were his own. Violent, unpredictable memories and a hauntingly familiar face drive Stewart to solve this mystery for the sake of his own sanity. "Unfinished Business" explores the consequences of an ill deed, seemingly long forgotten. The film is set simultaneously in modern Australia, as well as 1945 immediately after World War II. It explores a returning soldier's life, ruined by the actions of a once trusted friend, in what was to become a common scenario for all too many returning Diggers: life had moved on without them. Written by Jason Kempnich

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No ill deed goes unpunished ... eventually.

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Short | Drama | War

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28 March 2006 (Australia)  »

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AUD 6,000 (estimated)
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As short films go this one is refreshing and a bloody good watch!
19 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

On a Sunday afternoon if you want a little something different to do, try viewing a few short films. And this one I feel is a must - if you want to watch a short film that is different and thought provoking - check this one out. Why did i? A friend recommended it - and I must say i liked it. To the point, great special effects (for a low budget) and strong character profiles. Most short films in the past I have found to be of poor quality, little or no story line and bad editing. This short film is not perfect by any means, but it leaves you wanting more and I like that about a film. Congratulations to the Director and his cast & crew, looking forward to seeing what is next - the only way it up.


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