A comic satire 20 WAYS explores the absurd humor of an article by an Oklahoma lawyer that proposed twenty ways to spot an illegal. An entertaining, intelligent look at immigration using humor to explore this very contemporary story.

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Peter M. Kershaw (as Peter Kershaw)

Writer:

Peter M. Kershaw (as Peter Kershaw)
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Credited cast:
Joe Feldman II Joe Feldman II ... Hymie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Liliana Ashman Liliana Ashman ... Jessica
Christopher Dempsey ... Border Guard
John Flax John Flax ... Isaac Von Michael
Omar Lux Omar Lux ... David
Kathryn Phipps ... Mother
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If you watch 20 WAYS till the end you'll see it is a film about immigrant bashing. A contemporary story on Hispanic profiling through the experience of a Jewish family in 1930's Europe. A satire 20 WAYS is a metaphor for today which explores through drama the absurd humor of an article by a mid-Western lawyer that proposed twenty ways to spot an illegal. Shot on film in New Mexico by International award winning writer & director Peter M Kershaw with an original score by Emmy winning Oscar nominated Stanley Kubrick's own composer, Gerald Fried. The screenplay won the State of New Mexico, New Visions & Panavision production Awards for 2011. Shot on B&W film and designed to create the visual look of period film before the comic conclusion and a return to the color of today's world. Written by Peter M. Kershaw, Director & Writer

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Short | Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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USA

Language:

English

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