One Way Ticket (2011)

A former Olympic athlete feeling lost and alone, sees a TV infomercial for "One Way Ticket," a company offering the service of assisted suicide through customized fantasy deaths.

Director:

George Ye

Writers:

Chelsea Mongird (screenplay), George Ye (script) | 5 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Albert Park Albert Park ... lance Altman
Sonya Godwin Sonya Godwin ... Infomercial Hostess
Leticia LaBelle ... One Way Ticket - Salesperson 1 (as Leticia Martinez)
David E. Perez Jr. David E. Perez Jr. ... One Way Ticket - Salesperson 2
P. Fernanda Rodriguez P. Fernanda Rodriguez ... Testimonial 1
Kym Miller ... Testimonial 2
Joshua Marble ... Pool Victim
Matteo J. Scull Matteo J. Scull ... Executioner
Michael Regala Michael Regala ... Hitman 1
Travis Seay Travis Seay ... Hitman 2
Don Stapp Don Stapp ... Hitman 2
Joy Feria Joy Feria ... Hitmen Victim
Jeff Spies Jeff Spies ... Hitman Boss
Charles Maze ... Priest
Ingrid Larsen Ingrid Larsen ... Preist's Victem
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Storyline

A former Olympic athlete feeling lost and alone, sees a TV infomercial for "One Way Ticket," a company offering the service of assisted suicide through customized fantasy deaths.

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A Dark Comedy about a Former Olympian seeking Assisted Suicide

Genres:

Short

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 August 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Box Office

Budget:

$600 (estimated)
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Color:

Color (HDV)
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Competed in the San Diego edition of the 2011 48-Hour Film Project. See more »

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