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Restructuring Michael Swift (2011)

Cutbacks. Downsizing. Reducing overheads. This is the story of the man who wasn't laid off.

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Scott Narver ...
Michael Swift
Betsy Albert ...
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Lisa M. Casey ...
Coworker (as Lisa Casey)
Katherine Cryns ...
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Robert Dantona ...
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Christine Gwillim ...
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Suzanne Keilly ...
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"Restructuring Michael Swift" is a six-minute dark comedy that satirizes the current state of affairs in corporate America. "Michael Swift" is a hard working, dedicated employee who endures the endless stress and acute paranoia experienced within a downsizing corporation. Hilarious, sad, and poignant, the film is relevant today. Based of director Douglas Lamore's own work experience, the film takes a closer look at the demoralizing effect of layoffs on those who are left to cover the work. It's a film that will resonate with anyone who has worked in corporate America. Written by Brian Harrison Mack

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Reducing overhead. Downsizing sanity.

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Short | Comedy

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22 June 2011 (USA)  »

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$300 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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