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Emergency Contact (2010)

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Mike Lafferty was woken up by a disturbing phone call this morning. He found out a girl he used to casually sleep with was killed in a car accident and he is her Emergency Contact. It is ... See full summary »

Directors:

Anthony Guererro (co-director), Jason Vu (co-director)

Writer:

Clint Childs
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Credited cast:
Clint Childs ... Mike
Adrian Eli ... Sean (as Adrian Elizondo)
Andria Hopkins Andria Hopkins ... Receptionist
Tammy Klein ... Mrs. Lucas
Jessica Laine ... Rebecca
Joyce Liu ... Rhonda
Charlene May ... Tiffany (as Charlene May Khalaf)
Caroline Rondinella Caroline Rondinella ... Missy
Brandon Scott ... Jarvis
Michael Swan ... Mr. Lucas
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Mike Lafferty was woken up by a disturbing phone call this morning. He found out a girl he used to casually sleep with was killed in a car accident and he is her Emergency Contact. It is his duty and responsibility to inform the family -- whether they know him or not. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Color
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She made me her what?!?!?!
24 May 2011 | by SaveTheClockTowerSee all my reviews

I got a chance to see this film at the Hollyshorts Film Festival Screening Series in LA and it was a riot. It was really funny. Not dark funny, or funny only some viewers get, but funny in the traditional sense. It had racy one-liners that only the lead, writer/actor, Clint Childs could pull off. Clint is very funny and has a knack for delivering one-liners. He really carried this film.

All the performances in this film were very good in a limited length of time. Newcomer, Jessica Laine is very sassy as the uptight daughter. She is easy on the eyes as well. Soap Opera superstar, Michael Swan is a scene stealer. He is surprisingly funny and can go from comedic to stern faster than anyone in the business. Brandon Scott of Grey's Anatomy fame adds a legitimate dramatic need to keep the tone realistic. This film was well cast.

It was refreshing to see a comedy in a short form. A lot of shorts never have closure or endings. This one does. I'd love to see this turned in to a feature. If this film plays in your area, go see it.


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