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Red Luck (2014)

Anonymous notes, a jump rope, an overgrown yard, a crumpled piece of tinfoil, a baseball bat and a drill guide a group of individuals towards violence, sexual perversion and an inevitable encounter with Red Luck.

Director:

Mike Olenick

Writer:

Mike Olenick
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Mike Olenick ... Red Luck (as Barry Horschakt)
Andrew Cherry Andrew Cherry ... The Photographer
Jamie Breitsch-Wagner Jamie Breitsch-Wagner ... Female Victim
Jenny Fine Jenny Fine ... J
Andy Pak Andy Pak ... Male Victim
Melissa Vogley Woods Melissa Vogley Woods ... M
Dionisia Olivas Dionisia Olivas ... Little Girl
Liz Roberts Liz Roberts ... Little Girl's Mom
Jennifer Reeder Jennifer Reeder ... (voice)
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As a sunny day comes to an end, a handful of seemingly disparate individuals converge in this surreal psycho-sexual thriller. Something bad is blowing in the wind and it's not a good day to go out looking for love. Weeds are growing, the sun is setting...and Red Luck is coming. Written by Anonymous

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Red Luck is Coming


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Country:

USA

Release Date:

4 April 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Columbus, Ohio, USA

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16 November 2015 | by kranyiksusanSee all my reviews

I had the misfortune of viewing "Red Luck" in a shorts block at Cucalorus 21. I believe the point of this film is to see how long audience members will stay in the theater before gouging their own eyes out, the latter being less painful than continuing watching this film. If a sadist, a masochist, and an art school dropout copulated, the baby would be this film. The dizzy, out of focus camera work ad nauseum let me know that the director and director of photography ran out of ideas on how to make their audience acquire vertigo.I would have rather seen this film done with a plot structure because the disconnected elements, as well as the music, could have used some connectivity.Honestly, let there be no "Red Luck Two".


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