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The Suicide Flowers (2015)

| Short, Drama, Romance
An aging rock star. A dying fan. A connection.


John E Seymore


Pete Conrad (based on a novel by), Pete Conrad (screenplay) | 2 more credits »




Credited cast:
Dylan Ramsey ... Gabriel Dalton
London May ... Raeburn Messiah
Amber Geneva ... Isabelle Dalton
Amanda Rea ... Bunny
Montana Marks ... Anna
Trista Robinson ... Melissa
John E Seymore ... MC (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phil 'Skippy' Adams Phil 'Skippy' Adams ... Don Vinnie
Russell Becker ... Barney
Gabriel Botello Gabriel Botello ... Roadie
Pete Conrad Pete Conrad ... Thumper


Raeburn Messiah, the Messiah of Metal, sings for a living. Currently, he's on the downward spiral that unfaithful fame loves so dearly. He feels that he's got it bad, his life is over. That is, until he meets one of his most adoring fans, Gabriel, who has but months to live due to the complications of leukemia.

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Short | Drama | Romance



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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Written by Pete Conrad. Performed by Southpaw: Scott Lindberg, Pete Conrad, Tom Battles, and Mike Crouse.
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I wouldn't mind seeing a longer version of this story
8 April 2016 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

The story begins with a guy puking...something I usually HATE in films. Fortunately, it's not as vivid as this sort of thing too often is in pictures and it at least is important to the story. It seems that Gabriel is a very sick guy suffering from Leukemia. He could use a bone marrow transplant but they haven't found a match. To help boost his spirits, his wife has planned an outing to see 'Aluminum Jesus' a heavy metal band they love and saw on their first date many years earlier.

The scene now switches to Raeburn, the lead for Aluminum Jesus. He's puking too...but because he's an alcoholic and is coming off yet another bender. He's an angry lost soul and you wonder why his girlfriend sticks by him.

So how do these two stories intertwine and then lead to an incredibly ironic (perhaps too ironic) ending? See this interesting short film.

This is a lower budgeted short and because these are mostly newer filmmakers and actors, I can cut this one a bit of slack. It's NOT some slick Hollywood style production. But it IS entertaining and the story is such that I'd love to see a longer, more hashed out version. Let's hope we see that soon.

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