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Far from Heaven (2013)

A short film that gives us a glimpse into the world of Hacker, a brilliant but disillusioned, disaffected young man who, despite success in business, is struggling with life's many obstacles. Sometimes people are their own worst enemies.

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Credited cast:
Kelsey Drasites ...
Jogger in Park
Yannik Filmmaker ...
Office Worker
Claire Marie Hebert ...
Little Girl on Playground
Cody Clayton Hebert ...
Noel Hebert ...
Young Hackers Mother
Michael Hoffman ...
Office Worker
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Christopher Mauldin ...
Mike Mauldin ...
Tommy Ramage ...
Office Worker
Tiffani Means Smiley ...
Young Hackers Teacher
Maria Loren Vasquez ...
Tara Vasquez ...
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Torrence White ...
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A quiet child plays alone. His mother shops for him at discount stores. He doesn't much like himself, and has a difficult childhood. He excels at work, but others are wary and weary of him. He's talented, but anxious, frustrated and lonely. Written by Howard Lawrence

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It's Farther Away Than You Think

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Short | Music | Mystery

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1.78 : 1
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This was 4-year old Cody Clayton Hebert's (i.e., Hacker as a young boy) first acting experience. See more »

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In some scenes the actor playing Hacker is seen wearing his wedding band. Oops! Hacker is not married. This reminds the writer of the LMAO scene in the 1968 must-see Blake Edwards/Peter Sellers classic, "The Party," where Sellers' character, an incompetent actor, is seen wearing a Timex wristwatch in a film-within-a-film scene intended to take place before the invention of the wristwatch. Cut... See more »

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Far From Heaven
Written by Howard Lawrence (as Howard Lawrence)
Performed by Black River Sanction
Published by Howard Lawrence Music, LLC
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