Johnny Be Gone (2011)

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Johnny is what you might call misunderstood. His roommate Logan seems to be the only one that understands him. Then again, the rabbit knows all.


Trevor Juenger


Trevor Juenger



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Credited cast:
Devlin Wilder ... Johnny (as Erik A. Williams)
Joe Hammerstone ... Logan
Katie Deerest Katie Deerest ... Sandwich Girl
Carrie Lax Carrie Lax ... Rabbit (voice)
Trevor Juenger Trevor Juenger ... Leader
Kevin Stroup ... Jeff
Dan Neves Dan Neves ... Cat (voice)
Charlie Kaemmerer III Charlie Kaemmerer III ... Tattoo Artist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Falsetta Abrahms Falsetta Abrahms ... Girl in Elevator
Cody Brice Cody Brice ... Guy in Elevator
Joshua Lassing Joshua Lassing ... Silent Guy in Elevator
Justin Little Justin Little ... Bully
Nick Brian Walters Nick Brian Walters ... Bully / Underwater Attacker


Logan and Johnny's relationship has weathered many storms but now lightning has struck in the form of a spirited young woman who works at the local sandwich shop. Just goes to show what the human soul is willing to risk in pursuit of lasting love. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance | Sci-Fi







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2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

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A disturbing, powerful, Lynchian tragedy
16 February 2011 | by NIN7688See all my reviews

Film: Johnny Be Gone (2010) by Trevor Juenger.

Writing a review for a short film such as Johnny Be Gone is a bit of a challenge. It is the type of short that really has to be seen to be understood. I'll try to keep this as spoiler-free as possible.

The film starts with an intense opening sequence right out of the gate. It brought to mind the opening sequence of "Antichrist." Soft, acoustic music and intense imagery. This is a technique Mr. Juenger implements a lot in this film - quiet moments followed by extreme or disturbing images. This directing style works very well for the film, particularly given the intensity of the more David Lynch-esque moments in the bathroom scenes.

What type of film is this? It sure isn't a party film or a date movie. It ain't pretty, fluffy, or cheerful. It's dark, disturbing, and even mildly depressing. The film's strongest point IS this grim mood, and it works really well. With obvious budget constraints in mind - the writing & directing are very effective, the acting is strong, and the cinematography is gritty, grimy, and powerful.

I recommend it for people who can stomach a film that has a very dark and downer outlook, are not swayed by violence or sexuality, and who can appreciate an underground art film.

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