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Aftermath (2011)

| Short, Adventure, Drama
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The Redmond family has lost everything they have ever known after a nuclear explosion destroys their world. Together, as a family, they must fight for survival.


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Rhonda Floyd Aguillard ...
Haylie Creppel ...
Isabel Redmond
Don Redmond
Bradley Randall ...
Shaun Redmond
Bonnie Redmond
Chase Walker ...
Fire Pit Guy


Six months after a nuclear explosion destroys New Orleans a family must fight for survival. Don and his children now live on a houseboat deep in the swamps of the Deep South. With food running low, and gas running out Don, the father of Shaun and Isabel, must find a way to feed his children. One day he goes out on a final hunt for fuel. While he is out he runs across a place guarded and ran by Will, a man with a brutal means of survival. He offers everyone he sees a chance to kill for him and scavenge in order to get food. Will finds Don and offers him the deal, but Don, thinking of his children, cannot do it. He flees and thinks he escapes unseen, but someone followed him. That night Don uses the fuel to power a television and DVD player for his daughter. They watch a movie and go to bed. The next morning Will arrives out in the swamp. He found Don. Will tells Don to hand over everything he has. Don then shoots a gas can, igniting a fireball that knocks Will and his henchmen down. ... Written by Trent Gillham

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$500 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Just the usual
2 July 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Agtermath" is a 2011 half-hour short movie written and directed by Jessica Farizo and Trent Gillham. The lead actor is Frederick Morris who you may or may not have seen on "I Love You Phillip Morris". All in all he is doing a fine job here mostly, but in terms of the action there is just nothing really new or creative in here. It's a generic post-apocalyptic thriller and the main character gives it his all to deal with rising tensions within his family, towards his two children, and also get enough food to keep everybody sane, healthy and alive. That is obviously a problem as food is scarce and there are more survivors out there who are not willing to share. Then at the end, there is some gun-related drama about his son. I have to say I was fairly uninterested in the main characters' fates and disinterest or complacency is probably the worst what a film can bring up in audiences. Still, it is not an entire failure, the acting is okay for the most part. But nonetheless, I cannot recommend this one to audiences.

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