When a young man enters an older man's house looking for his daughter, a tension packed evening leads to a duel between two hit-men.

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Robert C. Koch ...
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A young man named Eddie breaks into the house of a gun-wielding older man named Max. At first Max terrorizes the younger man while trying to extract information out of him as to who is behind his showing up at the older man's house. Eddie turns out to be more than a scared stranger looking for a rendezvous with Max' daughter. The two "hit-men" men square off as the "legend" takes on the "young gun." Written by Dana Vitatoe

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An innocent stranger may be more than he seems

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Short | Thriller

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$500 (estimated)
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The exterior shots in the movie were filmed in North Hollywood at Producer/Actor Robert C. Koch's house, while the interior dining room was shot at Producer/Actor Fred Ochs apartment in Hollywood. The film was shot in 2003 as part of the Roulette Films series of shorts, and was chosen by Fred Ochs as his project because it had 2 actors simply sitting at a table. Due to editing problems and personal crises, the movie was not completed until 2005. Black and white was chosen for the thriller/film noir effect and a single light was used to simulate the "interrogation" style of lighting. The planet Mars can be seen in the final exterior shot of the film, as it was the closest it had been to Earth in 60,000 years. See more »

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