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A group of people with opposing political views get trapped in an elevator together.

Director:

John D. Farmer

Writers:

Alicia Oberle Farmer (as Alicia Oberle), John D. Farmer
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alicia Oberle Farmer ... Emily Wall (as Alicia Oberle)
Dave Bresnahan ... Smitty
Rio Van Zant Rio Van Zant ... Smitty's date
John D. Farmer John D. Farmer ... Voter 3
Mike Stevens Mike Stevens ... Firefighter I
Tori May Tori May ... Sarah
James H. Martin James H. Martin ... James Woodcock
Gany Fernandes Gany Fernandes ... Chad White
David Winters David Winters ... Voter 5
Elissa Thomas Elissa Thomas ... Voter 2
Heidi Galke Heidi Galke ... Voter 4
Ethan Bracken Ethan Bracken ... Lance
Anna Marie Thomas Anna Marie Thomas ... Voter 1
Hunter Wilson Hunter Wilson ... Sylvester Al-Habeeb
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A group of people with opposing political views get trapped in an elevator together.

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

23 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$0, 16 June 2018, Limited Release
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Zepstone Media See more »
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Attollo is a Latin word for elevator. See more »

Quotes

James Woodcock: As a people we have the right to protest authority if that authority does not help the people.
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Political satire, metaphor, and funny too.
25 June 2018 | by fingermuttSee all my reviews

Enjoyable, but there is an important and poetic message here also. The bureaucracy and delegation of "whose job is whose," the jumbling of stereotypes, the overarching metaphor of the elevator as the earth (often chaotic, messy, and sometimes humorous), the fact that we all bleed red, and we're all here together. All of these things go into a humanistic message. It is films like these that will ultimately spread messages that we need right now in this chaotic political arena.


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