Secret agent Traveller works for an organization known only as The Bureau. Having failed his last mission, Traveller is given one last chance with a cryptic objective: find the mysterious ... See full summary »

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The Professor
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Caroline
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Demuth
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Sterns
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Forgotten Man 1
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Secret agent Traveller works for an organization known only as The Bureau. Having failed his last mission, Traveller is given one last chance with a cryptic objective: find the mysterious Sterns. On his journey, Traveller must contend with the ghosts of his past and mine his way through traps set by enemy operatives in his search for the answer to the ultimate question: who is Sterns? Written by Paradyll Productions

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Inspired by the '5-Day Feature' manifesto created by Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert of Warp Films, this was filmed entirely in five days. See more »

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Referenced in Behind the Scenes: A Morass (2011) See more »

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Great New Noir Film
14 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was lucky to catch a special viewing of "A MORASS" Recently that included some of the cast and crew in attendance. The film was made In five days for some kind of competition And I know that it was also made for a little to no money. I find it easy to pick any movie apart no matter what it budget so I choose to be fair. First off I found the story interesting and refreshing. Vincent Van Ommen Did a good great job playing the leading man. He has the right looks and talent I'm sure we will be seeing him in many more productions in the future . The whole cast worked together near perfectly, as well as a Appearance by the Writer Directer near the end.I don't want to give the story away (so I won't )you should see it to enjoy it. The Style of the film was definitely that of the "Film Noir" style, well done with great looking locations & production value.

I will say the only downside's was occasionally it was a bit dark on the faces and they could of used a bit more coverage. I have worked on many films none that were filmed in 5 days, I think the crew did a fantastic job and should be proud of the fine product they have made. I can't wait to see it released. I hear their might be a Commentary track as well when it Reaches DVD release.


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