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Midlife (2010)

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Have you ever wanted to change your life only to realize your life's about over?

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Michael Swingler
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Arye Gross ... Sam
Nicolas Coster ... Grandpa
Timothy Guest ... CEO
Amy Shelton-White ... Liz
Tamara Zook ... Fran
Aly Mawji ... Suresh
Brandon K. Wood Brandon K. Wood ... Matt
Matt Shea ... Steven
Gregory Gifford Giles ... Frank (as Gregory Giles)
Carl Petersen ... QA Specialist
Kristin Chiles Kristin Chiles ... Grandma
Daniel Ingram Daniel Ingram ... Soldier
Shyla La'Sha Shyla La'Sha
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After spending his life trudging through the so-called "American Dream," Sam Schmidt has found nothing but a high-rate mortgage, mundane job and a family who appreciates everyone but him. While heading to yet another birthday party for his glorified grandfather-in-law, a desperate Sam is kidnapped by a psycho CEO whose paper clip company has finally gotten the best of him. Sam must decide to finally take charge of life or lose his own. Starring Arye Gross of Minority Report and TV's Castle, Midlife is an eccentric, dark dramatic comedy that explores what happens when life's expectations push you to the edge. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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great short !!!
7 August 2015 | by gkcima-62650See all my reviews

"Have you ever wanted to change your life, only to realize your life is... about over?"

This short is well done throughout. intriguing, and thought provoking, with great acting throughout.

Midlife is well written, well directed, and the filming is wonderfully pieced together. The plot line has significant twists and turns for such a brief span.

The story line mixes intrigue with concern and emotion.

Midlife somehow exhibits great character development for a short film!

Amy Shelton-White was great!


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