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Asphyxia (2011)

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A sibling family reunion, ends in the mysterious disappearance of a young man's girlfriend.

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Credited cast:
Erica Blair ...
Victim #3
Jordan Brun ...
Clark
Andrea DiGiglio ...
Paige
Raffi Elias ...
Police officer / Newscaster
Megan Grant ...
Victim #1
Art Hill ...
Detective Norris
Pauline Ann Johnson ...
Sarah
Patricia Vanbuskirk ...
Victim #4
Danielle West ...
Victim #2
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Jackson (as Jonathan West)
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A sibling family reunion, ends in the mysterious disappearance of a young man's girlfriend.

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I think she's fascinating

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Short | Thriller

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21 June 2011 (USA)  »

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$500 (estimated)
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The pregnant character 'Paige' was played by real 7.5 month pregnant actress Andrea DiGiglio. See more »

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The Insignificants
Written by Lance Williams
Performed by Darling Waste
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Sounds fantastic
26 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

All of the actors and actresses that have worked within this film have a proved track record, they are all outstanding actors in their own right but for them together as one to make a short film is brilliant.

This needs to be seen worldwide as I think it would be a crying shame if we couldn't see it in the area I live which is England.

The actors and actresses within this short film are a dedicated group of people who if you look on their IMDb pages strive to give perfection in everything that they appear in.

I would thoroughly recommend you looking at each one of their pages on here so that you get a feel of what they can bring to any film that they appear in, a completely diverse cast but who work extremely well as a unit.

I think this short film is really a 'one to watch'.


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