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No Kind of Life (2009)

One night, Jeff decided to kill himself. When his four friends show up the following day to deal with his loss, they learn that he had invited each of them over before he died to tell them ... See full summary »

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Natalia Alia ... Susan Tisdale
Donnie Avants ... Jeff Hill
Cevin Behe ... Eddie Sertz
Allison Kirkpatrick ... Brenda Stockwell
Sean Shay ... Tom Chase
Robert Willson ... Dr. Young's Receptionist (voice)
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One night, Jeff decided to kill himself. When his four friends show up the following day to deal with his loss, they learn that he had invited each of them over before he died to tell them all how their lives were going wrong and encourage them to live a little better without telling them of his plan to die. Confused by this impulsive decision to anger each of them before his untimely death, they work to decipher the reasoning behind this course of action and determine what was really happening in his life. Written by George Willson

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The folder containing Jeff's "medical stuff" was actually a folder of recipes visible on the kitchen counter in several scenes. A folder for his medical documents was forgotten, so improvisation was required. See more »

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References The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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Something Left to Believe In
Music by George Willson
Lyrics by Jimmy Granström, Robert Gould, and Allan Mooney
Performed by George Willson
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