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Glenn Owen Dodds (2010)

Michael Radcliffe was catching the bus this morning, like he does every day of his everyday life. He didn't expect to have a five-minute sit-down with God, Glenn Owen Dodds that is, a ... See full summary »

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... Glenn Owen Dodds
... Michael Radcliffe
... Julie
Bob Newman ... Bookish Man
Pat Miller ... Crying Woman
... People in Queue
Lindsay Hocking ... People in Queue
Wendy How ... People in Queue
Louella Low ... People in Queue
Sean Innis ... People in Queue
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Garry Parmenter ... People in Queue (as Garry Parmentar)
Ralph Andrew ... People in Queue
Jennifer Andrew ... People in Queue
Wendy Martin ... People in Queue
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Michael Radcliffe was catching the bus this morning, like he does every day of his everyday life. He didn't expect to have a five-minute sit-down with God, Glenn Owen Dodds that is, a mysterious man who claims to be God. Could he really be God? He seems to know an awful lot about Michael Radcliffe. But what kind of God looks like a hapless mug punter with a frightful filing system? But, then again, how does Glenn Owen Dodds know the meaning of life? Written by Anonymous

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You want the meaning of life? You've got 5 minutes.

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25 April 2010 (USA)  »

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One to watch!
30 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

A delightful short film that takes the question of: Is there a God? and plays with it in a clever and funny way. The funny here is not Will Farrell funny but more Jack Lemmon funny. The central character of Glenn Owen Dodds (GOD) is played by the very talented David Wenham opposite Abe Forsythe playing Michael. A lovely two-hander plot driven story keeps you wondering where it's going to lead but what really makes it shine is David Wenham's character of Glenn. His wonderful comic timing and the subtleties in his portrayal makes Glenn a memorable character. He relishes the opportunity to heighten Glenn's flaws which makes him more endearing. This is a short that does not take itself seriously and does not try to do too much as the two actor's carry this short cleverly with their performances. Loved the denouement.


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