Poster

Pour Me ()


Reference View | Change View


A short film about John, an older man whose life is seemingly tattered and empty. He's a chronic alcoholic who's admittedly better at drinking than being a father and husband. His daughter,... See more »

Director:

Photos and Videos

Cast

Edit
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tom Auclair ...
Bartender
Dianne E. Butts ...
Church Congregation
Nancy Fromhart ...
Edna
...
Debbie
Don Kraus ...
John
Mark Mitten ...
Brad
Paul Rohrer ...
Reverend

Directed by

Edit
Kevin Mauch

Written by

Edit
Kevin Mauch ... ()
 
Todd Newmiller ... ()
 
Kim Walker ... ()

Produced by

Edit
Kevin Mauch ... executive producer
Kim Walker ... co-producer

Music by

Edit
Mark Mitten

Film Editing by

Edit
Kevin Mauch

Makeup Department

Edit
Jenece Amella ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Sound Department

Edit
Brandon Naughton ... sound editor
Kurt Supancic ... boom operator / sound mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

Edit
Scott Wilson ... gaffer / key grip
Kate Young ... additional photography

Production Companies

Edit

Distributors

Edit

Special Effects

Edit

Other Companies

Edit

Storyline

Edit
Plot Summary

A short film about John, an older man whose life is seemingly tattered and empty. He's a chronic alcoholic who's admittedly better at drinking than being a father and husband. His daughter, now grown and married, joins her mother and husband as they try to hold a private intervention for John. Convincing John to give up the bottle for Jesus, he goes along with his family's wishes to attend church and give his life over to the Lord. Or does he? The viewer will have to decide how it's all been played out when John's involved in an accident and h is demons prey upon his family's innocence. Written by Anonymous

Genres
Parents Guide Add content advisory for parents »

Additional Details

Edit
Also Known As
  • Pour Me (United States)
Runtime
  • 22 min
Country
Language
Color

Did You Know?

Edit
Trivia "Pour Me" is a revised version of "Pour Me Another Glass of Jesus", which was written in college by Todd Newmiller. Newmiller is now serving a 31 year prison sentence for a murder in Colorado Springs. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in The Todd Newmiller Project (2009). See more »

Contribute to This Page


Recently Viewed