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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 72 MIN | 2005

MAX RULES

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Max, Jessica, and Scott are a team of energetic, sophisticated, technologically savvy super spies. Max has access to some of the most high-tech equipment in the world, Jessica is a martial arts expert, and Scott is a wire-tapping and hacking connoisseur. There is just one catch-they are in junior high school. Max and his friends find thrills in spying on their families, sneaking into each other's houses, and organizing elaborate pranks at school, which often land them in the principal's office. Max lives with his uncle, Rick Brinkley, who develops top-secret equipment for the government. When Max gets word that an important microchip has been stolen, the team gears up for the most exciting mission yet. (Ages 8+)

Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 72 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)

Nineteen-year old Robert Burke has his own production company, Jumpshot Films, and has directed several short films that have been broadcast on HBO. A Seattle-area native currently attending the University of Washington, Burke got his start as a child actor in films like 1997's Prefontaine, and used his earnings to buy a 16mm camera. Influenced by the careers and work of Steven Spielberg, John Woo, and Frank Darabont, Burke began his directing career at age 12.

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