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NARRATIVE SHORT | 14 MIN | unknown



Based on a true story about an American soldier in Iraq who is torn between his duty to the military and his friendship with his Iraqi interpreter.

Film Information
Year: 2007
Length: 14 minutes
Language: English, Arabic
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Rob Tepper, Navid Negahban, Sarah Ripard, Stephen Howard, Lauren Lina, Herzl Tobey, Nameer El Kadi, Jeronimo Spinx
Producers: Jason Stone & John Blair
Director: Vineet Dewan
Writer: Jason Delmarty
Cinematography: John Harrison & Rob Connolly
Production Design: Rachel Robb Kondrath & Mike Kurz
Editors: Jay Visit & Michael Swingler
Sound: Tim Carr & Elizabeth Johnson
Music: Danny Mordujovich
About the Director(s)
Displaced from his home in the Middle East due to the first Gulf War, director VINEET DEWAN is committed to telling visceral and authentic stories about characters caught in the midst of changing worlds. Dewan graduated from Westminster School in London and Yale University. After attending the first Tribeca Film Festival, Vineet was inspired to pursue his passion for filmmaking at the USC School of Cinematic Arts where he made his award-winning short "Clear Cut, Simple." Dewan was selected by Filmmaker Magazine as one of "25 New Faces of Independent Film" to watch. He is currently writing a feature film for Imagine Entertainment and Universal Pictures and intends to direct his Nicholl-winning debut feature script "Sand Dogs."


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