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Jakob and the Angels (2007)

A man who prizes his solitude hires a team of thug-like exterminators to expel a flock of noisy angels from his attic. Amidst the ensuing mini-Armageddon, he begins to regret exterminating his only companionship.

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Dan Flannery ...
Jakob
Gene Janson ...
Mr. Death
Rachel Stuart ...
Angel Kid
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Billy
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Jim
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A man who prizes his solitude hires a team of thug-like exterminators to expel a flock of noisy angels from his attic. Amidst the ensuing mini-Armageddon, he begins to regret exterminating his only companionship.

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If angels took over your attic, would you call an exterminator?

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Short | Fantasy

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$18,000 (estimated)
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Ron Lehmann is an exceptional talent

I was honored to get a private screening of Jakob and the Angels and was struck by the effortless and transcendent quality of this piece. Beautifully shot with impeccable and haunting scoring and sound work, natural performances by a talented cast, transparent editing that moved the story forward, this short is a taste of things to come from Mr. Lehmann. As someone who's attended many film festivals and has had a chance to see amazing talent in film-making, this particular piece is a happy pairing of a simple but charmingly comedic and magical story with the right director and not a piece you'd see executed with such perfection any day of the week.


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