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Two men from two different sides of life will accidentally end up affecting each others lives.

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John Cunningham

Writer:

John Cunningham
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Stephen Molloy Stephen Molloy ... Businessman
Ross Owen Williams ... Homeless Man (as Ross Williams)
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Storyline

A high flying seemingly self confident businessman is walking through London on the way back to work from his break and takes a short cut through an alleyway. There he is confronted by a homeless man. After this initial altercation, the two sit down and end up in a debate of how and why they are where they are in society. As the debate goes on the businessman realizes that they are just too different and there aren't going to be any winners. The debate ends with unfortunate consequences for both. Written by John Cunningham

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Two men, Two different lives affect each other forever.

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Budget:

£250 (estimated)
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Color
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Superbly executed Short Film!
15 September 2015 | by mikeymeaneySee all my reviews

Two men from opposite ends of the social spectrum meet in a dark alley in London Town and their lives will never be the same! There is a great mix of humour and darkness in this 12 minute short film from Director John Cunningham. BLT is very well written, directed and tightly edited with great performances from actors Stephen Molloy and Ross Williams, They play the roles exceptionally well. Very believable characters. The haunting cinematography enhances the gritty themes within the Story. It left a lasting impression on me long after the credits had rolled. A superbly executed short film. I will go as far to say this is the best short film I have ever seen, Thoroughly recommended!


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