Jacob and Death (2010)

| Short, Comedy, Fantasy
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A man tries to commit suicide, but meets the character of Death, who appears as a stuffy English professor who picks apart the man's suicide note and sends him back for a rewrite.

Director:

David Updike

Writer:

David Updike

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Cast

Cast overview:
Kevin Resnick ... Jacob
J. Center J. Center ... Death
Tenley Bank Tenley Bank ... Bible Lady
Nathan Rulf Nathan Rulf ... Gary (as Nate Rulf)
Finn Osborne Finn Osborne ... Young Dante
Siobhan Groves Siobhan Groves ... Dawn
Ellen Peters Ellen Peters ... Celeste (voice)
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Jacob Wright has reached the end of his rope. Recently divorced, mired in a dead-end bookstore job, without children, pets, or even plants to keep him company, Jacob decides it's time to make an exit. Having failed at living, will he be any better at dying? One thing stands in his way-Death has high standards. Thus begins Jacob's journey from life to death and back again . . . and again. Along the way, he meets a woman who wants to save his soul, a boy in search of a not-so-obscure fourteenth-century Italian poet who just might hold the key to everything, and, of course, Death himself. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Comedy | Fantasy

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USA

Language:

English

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