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A gunshot suddenly interrupts a young boy's tranquil day in the woods. Curious, he investigates and stumbles upon a strange pit in a small clearing guarded by an armed soldier. The boy ... See full summary »

Director:

Miguel Alvarez

Writer:

Miguel Alvarez
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Cast

Cast overview:
Moses Vleck Moses Vleck ... The Boy
Rupert Reyes ... The Prisoner
Sergio Moreno Sergio Moreno ... The Soldier
Raúl Castillo ... The Man
Fudge Alvarez Fudge Alvarez ... First Captive
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A gunshot suddenly interrupts a young boy's tranquil day in the woods. Curious, he investigates and stumbles upon a strange pit in a small clearing guarded by an armed soldier. The boy hides, but the puzzling sounds of creaking hinges, crashing planks, and desperate gasps soon draw the boy into the clearing and into a discovery he'll never forget. Written by Miguel Alvarez

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

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Release Date:

16 September 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bastrop, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$5,200 (estimated)
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Estebandido Productions See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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An interesting show despite what those losers in the camp said...
30 June 2006 | by RoguegamireSee all my reviews

When I saw the opening of the movie I was intrigued but put off by what my peers comments were. But when it had finished I realized that this was better than all our (my classmates' and mine) movies combined. It was visually pleasant to look at and the story was more entertaining than some major production movies. The viewer gets to watch how this young kid's experiences effects how his life turns out. And you wonder what could have made his life walk down a different path. The metaphor of tadpoles enhanced the overall meaning of the flick in a positive way. So, comments from my immature peers aside, I thought it was an great short film.


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