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Baggage (2013)

Not Rated | | Short, Horror | 16 August 2013 (USA)
Benjamin is normal. He does his best to fit in with society. He goes to work, loves his significant other and has hopes and dreams just like you. You will follow Benjamin for one day of his... See full summary »

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Rob Dimension ...
Benjamin
Ilaria Malvezzi ...
Julia
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Boss
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Office Worker #1
Kim Dimension ...
Office Worker #2
Chris Raddatz ...
Thug #1
Thomas Mendolia ...
Thug #2
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Bartender
Gina Bruno ...
Office Worker #3
Kristin Kraus ...
Office Worker #4
Sharon Airey ...
Office Worker #5
Melissa Sampson ...
Office Worker #6
Scott Reeves ...
Train Commuter #1
Randi Nickerson ...
Train Commuter #2
Roger Nickerson ...
Train Commuter #3
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Benjamin is normal. He does his best to fit in with society. He goes to work, loves his significant other and has hopes and dreams just like you. You will follow Benjamin for one day of his life, but will you still believe that Benjamin is normal after his world is revealed? Written by Rob Dimension

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Indy Horror at it's finest
11 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

Rob Dimension continues to work out his issues with another fantastic short film.

A "normal" day in the life of Benjamin starts out as most of ours do. Shortly after, things take a turn for the strange. Bullying and paranoia take over and the suspense grabs you until the last frame. The intensity of Benjamin fills the screen like a second character. After several viewings I can attest that the Baggage stays with you.

Jeramiah Kipp has such a beautiful eye and has done a wonderful job bringing Dimensions creation to life. Filming in black and white not only sets the mood properly but brings you back to those great episodes of The Twilight Zone.

Well Done Sir's !!


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