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Death Is Lame (2011)

| Short, Comedy, Fantasy
Tony has been dead for only a couple of years. The city Tony died in is the same as when he was alive, but everyone is a stranger, and nothing ever changes. One day at his job, yes, the ... See full summary »

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Jeff (as Mark Sullivan)
Gordon Gano ...
Thinker
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Lora
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Tony
Lauren Molina ...
Lora
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Tony has been dead for only a couple of years. The city Tony died in is the same as when he was alive, but everyone is a stranger, and nothing ever changes. One day at his job, yes, the dead still work; but mostly out of boredom, an old friend, Jeff, arrives but totally rejects renewing their friendship on grounds that Tony is too much of a downer. This shakes his faith in his Total Lameness of Everything Theory. Then a pretty co-worker, Lora, proclaims today is Tony death-day and takes the office to what passes as a party for those who are dead. There, Tony is confronted with the truth of his life and death with himself that results in enlightenment, at last. Written by Anonymous

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