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Rodents (2010)

The difference between rats and squirrels is the difference of a bushy tail. Is a 'bushy tail' all that separates the homeless from those who aren't?

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(as Kyle Richards)

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(as Kyle Richards)
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Jozef K. Richards ...
Brian (as Kyle Richards)
Corey Gibb ...
Thomas
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Junkie
Sue Montney ...
Desk Clerk
Russ Montney ...
Man at Shelter
Alex Trapp ...
Disk Jockey (voice)
Mike Potnek ...
Driver
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The difference between rats and squirrels is the difference of a bushy tail. Is a 'bushy tail' all that separates the homeless from those who aren't?

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squirrel | rat | homelessness | See All (3) »

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Short | Crime | Drama

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1 May 2010 (USA)  »

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The role of Brian was originally set to be played by Mike Potnek, who remains credited in the film as "Driver". Potnek had in fact filmed most of his scenes as Brian, but after a falling out with director Jozef K. Richards during production, Potnek refused to finish his remaining scenes, leading Richards, who was originally Thomas, to take over as Brian and cast Corey Gibb as his own replacement. See more »

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When the junkie throws the rock through Brian's car door window, a yell can be heard that doesn't belong to Brian, but to off-camera crew member, Kenny Somerville, in reaction to the glass shattering. See more »

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Brian: Why do we treat them as the filthy, disgusting, disease-ridden, plague-carrying scum of the earth? Is it because they are, or is it the difference of a bushy tail? I don't know the answer to that, but I think it's definitely something worth thinking about, man. I think it's definitely something worth thinking about.
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Today Was Once Tomorrow
Performed by The Middle Men
Produced by George Fulton, Jr.
Written by Jozef K. Richards
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