A fraternity pledge (Victor Isaacs) must commit a hold up as his last task. But he learns that he's not the only one.
This is a very well made short from Tanya Boyd in her first turn as a director (she has a number of prior acting credits). She displays a knack for both the crime-drama genre and comedy. There is a nice "gritty" feel to the film, and Boyd, in conjunction with her small cast, are able to easily convey a lot of emotion and information in a very short time to depict an amusingly complex scenario.
Let's hope we see more from her as a director in the near future, including a feature-length film.
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