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An Abstraction on the Chronology of Will (2006)

William Porten is nothing short of apathetic and despondent after a break-up with his girlfriend. He joins the military, becomes a Special Op, and lives with a sustained note of danger ... See full summary »
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Mike Porten ...
William Porten (as Michael Porten)
Hayden Lewis ...
Rachel
Howard Williams ...
Dad
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Mom
Patrick Saxon ...
Calihan
Jamie Caskey ...
Military Man
Christian Lamar ...
Military Man
Kenneth Wonderley ...
Dark Room Man #1 (as Kenny Wonderley)
Matthew Akers ...
Dark Room Man #2
Trey Hock ...
Scientist
Rich Seng ...
Scientist
Kris Gibbons ...
Scientist
Brian Covington ...
Scientist
David Jowers ...
Scientist
Jim Chapman ...
Gun Instructor
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William Porten is nothing short of apathetic and despondent after a break-up with his girlfriend. He joins the military, becomes a Special Op, and lives with a sustained note of danger until being faced with a firing squad in the middle of the desert. Through an act of divine intervention, his life is saved and his will to live is revitalized. Written by Anonymous

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Pretty sweet
18 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this through the Short Circuit Traveling Film Festival that they sent to my school and I loved it. It made the short film fest worth it because the first half were documentaries and then the last half were short films that I might actually see in a theater. This was my fave, I love Paulo. I would like to see more of the Dandy Dwarfs work. I liked it because even though it was a short film (only 20 or so minutes long) it had enough content for a full feature. I think that within the film a lot of different themes were encompassed. I also liked that even though the entire movie could have been a real situation, there was some magical realism within the film, such as with the little rocking horse. On a more shallow note, Mike Porten is pretty smoking.


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