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In this playful comedy, everything is personal when it comes to the nation’s top intelligence agents. A well-respected field agent at the Main Intelligence Agency, Abby excels at compartmentalizing all aspects of her life. At work, she prides herself on performing at one hundred percent, no matter the circumstance. She maintains the same control over her personal life, that is, until her boyfriend shows up unexpectedly in the middle of her latest undercover mission.
The Crush Space
Three Siblings. Three Secrets. One Mother. One Car.
When siblings Laura, Patrick and Grace are called back to the suburbs to visit their mother, they each have a secret to hide. Trapped in Laura’s defaced car on the drive to a family reunion, it’s not a matter of if their mother will find out, but when.
Til Death Do Us Part
Til Death Us Do Part is a story of an absent minded and slightly clumsy bride on her wedding day. She is late for her wedding but determined not to leave her groom alone at the alter. There is an array of colorful characters in her life that we get to meet before her arrival to the church. All of them with their own secrets and demons, which are revealed to the bride as she makes her way, down the aisle.
Serial Killer gives his victim a choice - a choice between a baseball bat and a knife. He tells her that she made a very wrong choice by choosing to walk down the road where he was waiting for her, and that this time, she should make more wise decision.
Next day, he is in a park, thinking about how he should choose his new victim. He spots two girls, who walked into his sight because they made a decision to eat sausage, and not go for the chicken which would have made them go far way from the serial killer. This movie is about the impact a simple choice can bring in life.
“Wheelies” is a six minute observational comedy about two men that have lived next door to each other for some time without ever really getting to know each other. We join the story when one man swaps his old bin for his neighbour’s new bin. This is followed by a series of confrontations descending into a farcical display of one-upmanship and immaturity. Eventually this leads to the two men fighting in the street like school boys. However, when they are interrupted by an unlikely and unusual onlooker everything changes. The movie observes a cultural shift away from that of community in favour of a more insulated existence, and reveals a snapshot of a modern day society in which ‘curtain twitching’ summation, and gossip, can lead to fear of the unknown and even hostility.