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In the Dark (2013)

| Short, Comedy, Romance
Attraction, jealousy, miscommunication and obsessive behaviors, navigating life with your New York City neighbors.


Bettina Bilger


Bettina Bilger
11 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Bettina Bilger ... Melissa
Sandra M. Bloom Sandra M. Bloom ... Tea Party Mistress
Doug Drucker ... Sensitive Neighbor
Dion Flynn Dion Flynn ... Joshua
Byron Hall Byron Hall ... Neighbor
Evelyn Jack Evelyn Jack ... Protester
Kevin Kane ... Adam
Susan Kirby ... Tea Party Mistress
Paul Krasner Paul Krasner ... Paul
Gordona L'Dera ... Tea Party Mistress
Richard Lampone ... Patron
Jonah Larrama ... Neighbor
Joan Levin Joan Levin ... Tea Party Mistress
Todd Litzinger ... Derek
Laura Max McDonald ... Becca (as Laura McDonald)


A modern comedy that takes us through the different stages of a new relationship, initial attraction, jealousy, miscommunication and obsessive behaviors. It touches on protecting the ego and navigating the deep passions one can have with one's neighbors, the attractive and the crazy. A love story. Written by Anonymous

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Really Great Short
24 July 2014 | by kim200685052579See all my reviews

This is a really fun short by first time director Bettina Bilger. The film uses unique locations and scenery to give the authentic feel of New York without using the iconic yet overplayed locations we usually see in NYC based films. The story partially takes place during a massive storm but the real whirlwind happens inside the building. The story centers around Melissa, played by Bettina Bilger, as she maneuver's her way through different relationships with her supportive friends, one of who is the vivacious, Kelly Tuohy . Bettina's comedic timing was spot on without being exhausting. A crazy neighbor and his mother, played by a convincingly creepy Paul Krasner, is the perfect juxtaposition to the very charming Mark, played by Randall McFadden both who keep Bilger, darting in and out of the apartment. Highly recommend if it's showing near you.

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