Caleb escapes into his graphic novel to help him block out the traumatic memory of his father. His method works until he adds a new character that begins to wreak havoc on his comic world ... See full summary »

Directors:

Josh Coulas (co-director), Matt Dorman (co-director)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jason Brown Jason Brown ... Vost
Josh Coulas Josh Coulas ... Club Patron
Luke Dorman Luke Dorman ... Young Caleb
Matt Dorman Matt Dorman ... Club Patron
Courtney Guest Courtney Guest ... Caleb's Mom
Matthew McCrory Matthew McCrory ... Montana
Sandy McMaster Sandy McMaster ... Brick
Morgan Muscat Morgan Muscat ... Club Patron
Chris Reginald Taylor ... Seth / Caleb's Father (as Reg Taylor)
Andrew Udell Andrew Udell ... Caleb
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Storyline

Caleb escapes into his graphic novel to help him block out the traumatic memory of his father. His method works until he adds a new character that begins to wreak havoc on his comic world and life. As the world falls apart, the memories of his father reemerge and the pain that comes with them. Caleb must stop this new menace and finally face the memories that have plagued him for so long if he ever wants to live a normal life. Written by Matt Dorman

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where fantasy and reality collide!

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Short

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 November 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The night club used in the film was Embassy Lounge in Toronto, Ontario. See more »

Quotes

Caleb: For once in my life, I needed to face my problems. I had to let go of my fear and rely on myself!
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Gripping
23 February 2013 | by wezel2See all my reviews

This 8 minute long film is gripping from the start.

The high quality of production, the cinematography, the soundtrack, the writing, the special effects - all impressive.

More impressive when you realize that this is the Producer's first short film, and that it was made by a group of students as a college project.

It's wonderful what these guys managed to do with fairly limited resources. For me, he mood was set with the lighting. The set was kept very simple, and the use of shadowy, indistinct background scenes added to the tension.

Another thing that really added to the film was the excellent choice of music.

I recommend it as a "good watch", and one that makes you think.


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