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NARRATIVE SHORT | 5 MIN | 2009

SECTION 44

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Richard walks out of his house and his world is turned upside down as he is stopped in the street, handcuffed, hooded, and thrown in a van. Under the spotlight of the interrogation lamp, what will he give up to spare himself?

Film Information
Year: 2008
Length: 5 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K.
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Damien Lyne, Barry Jackson, Philip Philmar, Cameron Leigh
Director: Daniel Wilson
Screenwriter: Daniel Wilson
Executive Producer: Jonathan Carter-Meggs
Director of Photography: Glen Warrillow
Editor: Mike Jones
Art Director: Jules Sobczynski
Camera Operator: Pier Hausemer
Press Contacts

Print Source
Daniel Wilson
Hot Tail Films
Phone: +44 7976 601 186
hot_tail_films@yahoo.co.uk

Print Source
Daniel Wilson
Hot Tail Films
Phone: +44 7976 601 186
hot_tail_films@yahoo.co.uk

Special Note

Note: This film will screen as part of the Shorts: Wake-up Call program.

About the Director(s)

Daniel Wilson quit blowing the horn for Count Basie at the tender age of six to become a professional liar. This resulted in more than 10 years of employment in television, working as a cameraman on lots of "trash for cash" productions. Prior films include Daddy's Little Helper, Bitter Coffee, and various pop promos and virals.

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