Without a hitch, a nuclear facility is infiltrated by a 15-year-old boy, who escapes with a payload of weapons-grade uranium. Enter Penske and O'Malleigh: two hard-boiled cops assigned to the case, and forced to use the remaining 4 "heightened" senses of a blind man as the only means of evidence. Written by
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Written, filmed, edited, and authored in under 10 hours, as an entry to the Marble City 10-Hour Film Festival, in which each film crew was randomly assigned a genre the morning of the festival, as well as three thematic elements which must be incorporated into the film. The three elements were: A broken window, a lock of hair, and creative incorporation of the phrase "the key". See more
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