Taking place amidst the landscape of Los Angeles, this multi-dimensional story follows 3 days in the life of Bernie, a pharmacy clerk who is tormented so fiercely by his demons that his ... See full summary »

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Russ Kingston ...
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Chris Trouble Delfosse ...
Frankie / Pimp (as Chris Delfosse)
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Mitchell Gordon ...
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Jerry Digby ...
John Night
Seth Berkowitz ...
John Day
Vince Allen ...
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Julian Cox ...
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Taking place amidst the landscape of Los Angeles, this multi-dimensional story follows 3 days in the life of Bernie, a pharmacy clerk who is tormented so fiercely by his demons that his understanding of reality and fantasy often blurs. Compassionate and aware, Bernie struggles with the various facades of our society and blames the city's mayor for all of his issues. He decides that if he can assassinate the current mayor, the new mayor will make things right. The complex characters all pass through each others lives influencing one another in ways they could not have imagined. We all have something inside us that we want to do... something that we want to accomplish. Like Bernie, it's time to stop the planning, stop the scheming and gather the courage to... Do It. Written by Steve Petersen

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loneliness | fear | desperation | See All (3) »

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3 Days, 1 Moment

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27 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Invited to screen at the London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film. For eight years, the maximum length for shorts was 15 minutes. In 2009 a new category ("long shorts/short longs") was formed for "four films that tell their stories well but need just that little bit longer." See more »

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