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Susan Graham (writer)
Lauren Fash (writer)
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Ali must lie and say she is her wife's sister so she can be with her in the hospital. Through Ali's memories, we see the women's relationship develop as Ali faces the truth in the present. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Lauren Fash 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lauren Fash  writer
Susan Graham  writer

Produced by
Jessica M. Bair .... consulting producer
Erica Bardin .... co-producer
Lauren Fash .... producer
Shelly Fitzpatrick .... consulting producer
Susan Graham .... producer
Tyler Knell .... associate producer
Brian Peschka .... co-producer
Original Music by
Stephen Webster 
Cinematography by
Grant Culwell 
Film Editing by
Brandon Workman 
Production Design by
Miriam Gilbert 
Set Decoration by
Alma Gamino 
Costume Design by
Catherine Elhoffer 
Makeup Department
Carsen LaBella .... makeup dept. head
Arzo Nazamy .... hair stylist
Production Management
Vince Robbins .... production manager
Dara Watson .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Drobinski .... assistant director
Stephanie Fugleberg .... second second assistant director
Ira Houston .... second assistant director
Art Department
Heidi Ippolito .... set designer
Abby Niederhauser .... set designer
Jeremy Palmer .... lead person
Allison Veilleux .... set dresser
Vincent Yague .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Kelly Ambrow .... boom operator
Patrick Cusack .... dialogue editor
Chris Howland .... sound mixer
Glenn T. Morgan .... sound editor
Glenn T. Morgan .... supervising sound editor
Ben Wilkins .... re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Paul Sage .... digital compositor
Paul Sage .... digital effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Brandon Alperin .... best boy
Adam Corriea .... assistant camera
Luca Del Puppo .... key grip
Alex Dillon .... grip
Joe Hedge .... digital imaging technician
Matt Isgro .... assistant camera
David Landreth .... assistant camera
Zach Rasmussen .... dolly grip
Rene Rhi .... best boy / grip
Mike Skillsky .... still photographer
Austin Lee Smoak .... assistant camera
Eric Stern .... grip
Kenneth Wales .... gaffer
Alex Yane .... additional grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kelsey T. Morgan .... costumer
Samantha Page .... costumer
Editorial Department
Donovan Kosters .... dcp mastering
Paul Sage .... colorist
Music Department
Daniel Wehr .... music recordist-mixer
Other crew
Brandon Florez .... production assistant
Amy Flower .... production assistant (as Amy Walmann)
J.M. Longoria .... production assistant
Veronica Lyman .... production coordinator
Steve Rohr .... publicist
Jessica Sousa .... production assistant
Zack Teperman .... publicist
Blu Van Zandt .... script supervisor

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32 min

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The film is inspired by the true story of Janice Langbehn and Lisa Pond.See more »


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A woman has to pretend to be her partner's sister so that she can fight for her in the hospital., 17 May 2012
Author: Joe Hellman from United States

This film was a surprise for me. It was a drama that was full of funny moments and it managed to explore a political subject without alienating the audience. Most short films are rather one note and small in scope."Quiet" is impressive because it is a complete story. The main character has to fight for her partner in the hospital, and deceive the staff by telling them she is her sister for fear they will throw her out. During the film, there are several transitions to the past. I was very impressed with the level of production value. There are many visual transitions that are quite beautiful and the whole film has a strong ensemble cast. Standouts were Susan Graham and Mike Rose, as well as Cocoa Brown, who played one of the nurses. The only critique is perhaps they tried to juggle a lot in just thirty minutes, but I think the film's ending was really powerful without being over the top. I read in the Trivia that this story is based on a true event, and that makes the idea even more powerful.

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