After being shot, Ben "Stutz" Stutsman, a top man for a local crime family, and father to be, decides he wants out. When his wife, Anna, is kidnapped to teach Stutz a lesson, he's forced to... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Tim Beyerle ... Stutz
Patrick Mattys ... Brett
Bill Williamson ... Pops
Marley Delduchetto ... Anna
Berkley Gordon ... Kathleen
Jennifer Horne ... Woman
Tony Mcdonald ... Tony
... Good Looking Diner / Dr. Z (as Zander Roberts)
Colleen Gibson ... Diner
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Zack Bonnie ... Goon
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After being shot, Ben "Stutz" Stutsman, a top man for a local crime family, and father to be, decides he wants out. When his wife, Anna, is kidnapped to teach Stutz a lesson, he's forced to do what he does best. Everyone involved soon realizes that getting out comes with a very high price indeed. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Thriller

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11 September 2006 (USA)  »

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$12,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Shocking twist, visually stimulating cinematography
5 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a very good short film, especially considering this is their first effort. The film is shot in grainy, black and white which gives it a dark, yet surreal feel. The casting was well done and everyone did a good job within their roles. The only thing I noticed was that one of the characters had a thick NY accent while no one else did. He did a great job, but it didn't match the rest of the cast. There is a recurring theme throughout the film which works very well and helps tie it all together. the twist at the end was not what expected which is what made it so compelling. good acting and excellent cinematography. Many of the angles they shoot give the viewer a first person feel so it's quite involving. well done fellas.


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