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Reveille (2001)

Unrated | | Short, Drama | 22 April 2001 (USA)
Morning in NYC. Larry walks to his coffee stop, passing several street vignettes. In the coffee shop, he meets someone from his AA group in line; the counter girl chases a vagrant out of the bathroom.

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... Larry
Victor Colicchio ... Jamie
... Counter Woman
... The Dude
Lisa Nicholl ... Woman in the Mirror
Jim Stanek ... Black Suit
Michael Criscuolo ... Grey Suit
Robert Kahn ... Coffee Bar Patron
Ron Ward ... Coffee Bar Patron
Leslie Day ... Junkie Blader
Conception Rosario ... Man in Window
William James Cogswell ... Person at AA Meeting
Meredith Gertler ... Person at AA Meeting
Andrea Haynes ... Person at AA Meeting
Howard Smith ... Person at AA Meeting
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Morning in NYC. Larry walks to his coffee stop, passing several street vignettes. In the coffee shop, he meets someone from his AA group in line; the counter girl chases a vagrant out of the bathroom.

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Short | Drama

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a film to raise debate
24 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

i was teaching at a film workshop when this film was shown to the students to illustrate what a short film is. this film is exactly that. it's short, heh, and despite what many people think it _does_ tell a story. when the film had ended the screen-writing teacher stood up and declared that _reveile_ did not tell a story. well, everyone has an opinion. i thought it was great that a short, simple film could raise such debate over how a filmmaker can tell a story.

_reveile_ is directed by bruce bennett and shot beautifully by peter agliata. if you see it on IFC stop and watch it. but watchout!...you might get inspired.

that's the director doing pushups on the sidewalk towards the beginning of the film....i think.


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