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Could there be a better place to celebrate America's independence than two blocks from the beach in an idyllic California beach town? The residents of one apartment complex are celebrating hard - probably too hard. Four separate dramas... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chis Aron ...
Chris
Mark Charles Berlin ...
Nate
Mark Born ...
Drug Dealer
Luke H. Chittick ...
Luc
Nancy P. Corbo ...
Jaime
Amy Jones ...
Sarah
Lauren L. Lawson ...
Carrie
Pia Neighbors ...
Girl in Alley
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Bud
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Decker
Bud Samuels ...
Narrator
Amanda Weber ...
Delivery Girl

Directed by

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Kaelais Beaumier ... (co-director)
Rob Neighbors ... (co-director)
Danny Sullivan ... (co-director)
Barry Williams ... (co-director)

Written by

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Kaelais Beaumier ... ()
 
Rob Neighbors ... ()
 
Danny Sullivan ... ()
 
Barry Williams ... ()

Produced by

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Kaelais Beaumier ... producer
Rob Neighbors ... producer
Danny Sullivan ... producer
Barry Williams ... producer

Music by

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Brian Benson ... (music specially composed by)
Chuck Lee Bramlet ... (music composed by)

Cinematography by

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Atom Jones

Film Editing by

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David Zimmerman III

Makeup Department

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Mariela Ichazo Sader ... makeup artist

Sound Department

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Willie Basse ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Kaelais Beaumier ... special effects
Danny Sullivan ... special effects
David Zimmerman III ... special effects

Additional Crew

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Jeffrey Cohen ... story editor
Amy Pierce ... production staff

Thanks

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Scott Wilmot ... the producers wish to thank

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Plot Summary

Could there be a better place to celebrate America's independence than two blocks from the beach in an idyllic California beach town? The residents of one apartment complex are celebrating hard - probably too hard. Four separate dramas unfold - the stories are told by four different writer/directors, but each story has one thing in common: the neighbor from hell - Don Decker. It is the Fourth of July and fireworks fly. Decker pushes each his neighbors to their personal limits, and who is ultimately responsible when Decker ends up dead? Written by Anonymous

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Runtime
  • 105 min
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Budget $1,500 (estimated)

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Trivia Produced as interwoven stories written independently by four separate directors with the sole commonality of killing Decker. See more »

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