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NARRATIVE SHORT | 7 MIN | 2008

I THINK I THOUGHT

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Joe's life threatens to come apart when he begins thinking too much: at home, at work, on the train, in the bookstore. Luckily, he discovers Thinkers Anonymous, where he learns that thinking is best left to professionals like politicians, religious leaders, and the news media. After all, they're the ones who know what's best for us, right?
Film Information
Year: 2007
Length: 7 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Principal Cast: Matthew Modine, Ewa De Cruz, Nick Raynes
Screenwriter: Matthew Modine
Producers: Matthew Modine, Adam McClelland
Editor: Terence Zeigler
Composer: Ben Wolfe
About the Director(s)
Matthew Modine debuted his short films When I Was a Boy, Smoking, and Ecce Pirate at the Sundance Film Festival. Smoking was written by David Sedaris as part of a National Public Radio program produced by Ira Glass. Modine wrote the screenplays for each of his other short fims.

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