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Little Things ()


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A woman walks about her hometown one evening in search of meaning for her life.

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Cast

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Harland
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Millie
Lauryn Lugo ...
Teddy
Mateusz Wielomek ...
Pete
Charlie Irving ...
Ana
Jay Geller ...
Therapist

Directed by

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Andrew Nuno
Adrian Nuño

Written by

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Lauryn Lugo ... (screenplay by)
 
Andrew Nuno ... (story by)

Produced by

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Harley Hessel ... executive producer (as Piers Thompson)
Kayleigh Jensen ... producer
Lauryn Lugo ... producer
Andrew Nuno ... producer
Juan Nuno ... associate producer
Adrian Nuño ... producer
Brian Sheil ... executive producer
Joshua Svehla ... line producer

Music by

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Phillip Rapa

Cinematography by

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Daniel Gebert

Film Editing by

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Adrian Nuño

Editorial Department

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Daniel Gebert ... colorist
Andrew Nuno ... assistant editor

Costume Design by

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Caroline Arana

Makeup Department

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Caroline Arana ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Neil Pretkelis ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Erika Oesau ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Olivia Jensen ... storyboard artist

Sound Department

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Denera James ... sound designer
Baili Martin ... sound mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Daniel Gebert ... dit
Noah Surratt ... second assistant camera

Script and Continuity Department

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Erika Oesau ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Dylan Eddy ... production assistant
Trevor Helland ... set photographer/videographer

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Runtime
  • 39 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The film originally started as a short story by Andrew Nuno about a male protagonist walking around the city of Chicago at night. It wasn't until Andrew pitched the idea to Lauryn Lugo that she suggested the protagonist be female and then offered to write the screenplay based off his story changing the setting to an unnamed suburban town. See more »

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