Green Cobra (2020)

With help of Russian mob clients, The Green Cobra details her rise as a "Life Ending Technician," on the backdrop of a poor soul's final hours.

Director:

Sigurd Culhane

Writers:

Chris Valdez (Writer), Patrick Tamisiea (Writer)
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Colleen Foy ... Green Cobra
Patrick Tamisiea ... Man in Chair
Greg Santos ... Bogdan
Max Crandall Max Crandall ... Yevgeny
Sam Mark Sam Mark ... Oleg
Colin Willkie Colin Willkie ... Interviewer
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GREEN COBRA is the story about a hit-man...excuse me, "Life Ending Technician." Who details, to a documentary film crew, her rise in the in a mostly male dominated field, on the backdrop of a typical day on the job; which consists of Russian mob clients, disturbing methods of torture, and maybe one too many bad ex-boyfriends. Written by Chris Valdez

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dark | torture | interview | mob | warehouse | See All (8) »

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Just another day for a Life Ending Technician

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Short | Comedy | Thriller

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Patrick Tamisiea was saran wrapped, and mostly gagged, for 5 hours at a time without a break. See more »

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HR would have a nightmare with her.
29 November 2020 | by Pjtaylor-96-138044See all my reviews

'Green Cobra (2020)' is a short film that mixes traditional and mockumentary styles, focusing on a special type of assassin who specialises in torturing her victims to death. Bathed in a sickly green hue, the assassin sadistically inflicts pain on a gagged and bound victim while also conducting an interview for a documentary about the place where she learnt her wince-inducing techniques. The two aspects don't gel together all that well, as one is decidedly dark and the other is overtly comedic; there just isn't the balance that's usually required for 'dark humour' to work. Besides that, the thing is never funny. It is, however, well-made. The torture stuff looks like something straight out of a grim Hollywood thriller, while the to-camera interviews seem like something straight out of 'The Office (2001)'. The lead performance is also markedly good; she makes her character seem almost creepy, as unhinged as she is ultra aggressive, but she's also oddly compelling. Ultimately, the piece is a tonally inconsistent but well-crafted genre mash-up. It's a decent effort. 6/10


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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

14 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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Color

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2.39 : 1
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