In an ordinary day, a deranged man has a rampage in a diner and randomly shoots the customers. The survivors of the tragic episode are deeply affected by the shooting and have the most different reactions: the youngster, Anne Hagen, becomes popular at school telling her version of the shooting; her friend Jimmy Jaspersen becomes mute and closes himself to the outer world; the waitress Carla Davenport neglects her baby and has several vulgar relationships with men; Dr. Bruce Laraby loses his self-confidence and tries an experimental treatment to the migraine of his wife; and the compulsive gambler Charlie Archenault believes that he is lucky in the game and gambles all his money but he has a jinx. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
You have to lose your way to find it.
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26 February 2009 (Hong Kong)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Director Rowan Woods
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God knows they were brave, Jimmy. Dad smiled down at me like he didn't have a care in the world. God wants you to be brave. You can be too. God can help you see into the hearts of everyone who fell, like I do. His witness, which you are too.
[pointing the gun at her
So witness, but tell what you really saw! Tell it!
Jimmy, this is dangerous. Whatever you two think you have to hide, it's not worse than...
[takes a shaky breath, beginning to cry
I saw Dad. And...
Check Yes Juliet
Written by Travis Randall Clark
(as T. Clark), Sam Hollander
(as S. Hollander) and Dave Katz
(as D. Katz)
Performed by We the Kings
Courtesy of S-Curve Records See more