An impulsive act by a group of thrill-seeking teenagers sets in motion a chain of events that will change many lives.

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Michael
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Chance
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Jenny
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Neil
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Snack
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Sly
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Ron
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Eve
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Gerry
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Holly
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Violetta Agostinelli ...
Holly (voice)
Maurits Tennyson Hughes ...
Ron / Eve's abuser (voice)
Leisa Edwards Jackson ...
Restaurant patron
Bette Kitt ...
Michael's Grandmother
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Shasta Sposhpuffer
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Michael is having a bad day. Intense, impatient, self-absorbed, he crosses paths with several people in one 24-hour period who will change his life. Through the actions of these people, some of whom he will never meet, he receives many lessons in perspectives, perception, compassion, trust....and in the end, given the opportunity to forgive.

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One of the filming locations is the historical Annie Lytle Elementary School, in Jacksonville, Florida, known as "School House Four". It's legendary in the area not only because of its rich and interesting history but because of it's many reports of hauntings and bizarre occurrences. There are are plethora of articles available on the internet about this fascinating building. See more »

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Michael: From my perspective, my world just fell apart
Michael: Little did I know what others were experiencing
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References Toy Story (1995) See more »

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I See You
Written and Performed by Connor Muhl and Tony Smiley
© MMXIV Tony Smiley (BMI) and Connor Muhl
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One of the best short films I've seen!
18 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

I've seen a lot of short films, and, often, the end credits are rolling before I feel like the film is "finished" and I leave with unanswered questions. Not the case with this gem! From beginning to end, this gripping short demands your attention and stays with you long after the credits roll. What writer and director Melanie Star Scot has managed to pack into 23 minutes is incredible... a feat of true talent! This short feels like a feature length film, complete with a powerful message, a great score, a talented cast, an engaging script... This journey that we embark on with a little red sports car is a journey like no other! Hats off to you, Melanie!


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