An ex-undercover operative finds himself on the run from his former friend and handler, various government agencies, and a deadly emissary from one of Europe's oldest organized crime ... See full summary »
A fractured LGBTQ family are forced to face their demons, metaphorically and literally, as they unwittingly become embroiled in a man's attempt to prove the existence of the supernatural in order to overturn a friend's murder conviction.
It's 1970's New York and a line of muscle cars are at a stop-light when a tough Italian stallion guy gets impatient and begins honking his horn; bad move, 'Fuheddaboudit!' The guy he is honking at is a hitman.
Warhol shines a light on the media, social and otherwise, dramatizing just how far a person will allow themselves to be pushed, in order to achieve their fifteen minutes of fame when a late night 'talk show' gets out of hand.Written by
Warhol is the filmmaker's depiction of today's instant gratification generation and how far will one go for their 15 minutes of fame. Corey Johnson does a superb job of portraying narcissistic shock jock Dave Dawson who bends all the rules for ratings. He says and does what he pleases until one night, a mysterious caller changes the rules of the game. The film is a great social commentary on the influence of media and social media exchanges. Sometimes we go too far and there's no coming back. I can't rave enough about this short film. In 20 minutes the filmmaker achieves the point of a cathartic release for an audience that leaves them baffled in the end. The story is fantastically written leaving very little questions to be answered. The cinematography is well done and although simple, each shot brings something to the story.
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