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THE LEAST OF THESE
DINER PHOTO

 

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SYNOPSIS
 

LONG VERSION

Jim is the fading, emotionally isolated owner of an all-night diner. In his mid 50s, he moves more like he's 112. He spends most of his time hiding in the kitchen trying to avoid his wife and the routine banter of his regular patrons – a ragtag bunch of bums, college students, club hoppers, runaways, lonely hearts, geezers, and even a few local working girls. It’s the same old, same old.

But this night, about two in the morning, some guy from out of town walks in and innocently orders a cup of coffee and a cherry danish. The regulars have a good time harassing the rookie, but he’s too lost in his own thoughts to notice. All this changes when Shannon – a weathered, low-rent hooker well into her 30s – shuffles in with two of her friends and takes a seat at the counter, right next to the first-timer. Soon after, a simple idea permanently shatters the dull routine of Jim's diner. The same old, same old? Not tonight. Not ever again.

 

SHORT VERSION

It’s the same old, same old at the local diner. Jim, the owner, hides in the kitchen. The regulars retread old banter. And some new guy sits alone at the counter. Then, a simple idea shatters that dull routine. The same old, same old? Not tonight. Not ever again.

 

ONE LINE VERSION

The fading, isolated life of a diner owner and the dull routine of his late night crowd are forever changed by the unusual proposition of a stranger.

 
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CREDITS
 

RIK SWARTZWELDER
BRYAN ZERVOS
EDMUND BAXTER
NINI HADJIS
BENJAMIN HERSHLEDER
SABRE CHASE
DAVE DeBORDE
ROB LYALL
RICK MORRIS
MICHAEL HODGES
CLARE JOHNSON
ELIZABETH BEIRISE
TRACY COCHRAN
RIK SWARTZWELDER
BENJAMIN HERSHLEDER
RON FRIEDMAN

CAST IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
BATES ALTIZER
INGRID CORNELL
KATE DEBELACK
KATHRYN GRANT
BINNIE RITCHIE HOLUM
BURTON JOHNSON
AMY JONES
LORI RECORD
FELIX STEVENSON
ROBERT STEWART
TOM WALL
WILL WOODROW
JOHN YAGERLINE
BRYAN ZERVOS
DAN BRICK
KIMBERLY COOPER
CLARE JOHNSON
ELISA RODERO
STEVEN SANCHEZ
WENDY ACEVEDO-LOPEZ
DANIEL RYAN COPE
TONY DiBIASE
RYAN DRYBURGH
LOUISE FINCHAM
PATRICIA FRIEDMAN
KEITH GIBB
PRIYA GUYADEEN
MELISSA JEFFRIES
JAY JONES
STEVEN LAPHAM
DANIEL LOUIE
ROSEANNE MEDINA
TIMOTHY MERSON
RENEE MICHAEL
JAMES NICHOLS
CARRINGTON NORTH
MONICA PALKO
MARTY REYNOLDS
LINDA TATUM
HEATHER WATKINS
MARGARET WILLIE

NINI HADJIS
EDMUND BAXTER
BENJAMIN HERSHLEDER
NATALIE CLOTHIER
TRACY COCHRAN
ELIZABETH BEIRISE
CASEY BUTTERFIELD
SCOTT INGE
TIM FABRIZIO
MAGS MILLER
MONET CHAPELL
VINAYA SATHYASHEELAPPA
PAUL WILLIAMS
TIM NICHOLSON
MICHAEL POIST
SABRE CHASE
NATALIE CLOTHIER
DAVE DeBORDE
TAYNE KIM
RAJEEV "BUB" SIGAMONEY
JOSHUA STEVENS
ERIC NAUGHTON
TOM BENCA
DAVE DeBORDE
BARBARA PIERSON
CASEY BUTTERFIELD
NATASHA MIRONOVA
SHARON CONWAY
RICHARD SANCHEZ
TASTEE DINER
STEVEN SANCHEZ
AL PEASLEY
WENDY ACEVEDO-LOPEZ
BRYAN BROWNING
ALISA DeBORDE
CASSIDY GRANT
JAY JONES
MARTY REYNOLDS
EUGENE J. FIELDS, CPA
BOULAND & BRUSH, LLC
ALAN A. ABRAMOWITZ
H. DEAN BOULAND
JEFFREY S. GLASER
DANIEL S. KRAKOWER
W. EDWARD McLEOD
R. B. MUELLER, HAGAN INSURANCE
RICK MORRIS, MAVERICK SOUND
JIM GILCHRIST
MICHAEL HODGES
RALPH TORRALVA
PAUL A. BUTCHER
TINA STRAWBRIDGE
RICHARD E. CONINE
SCOTT REEVES
RALPH TORRALVA
BRAD SUNDGREN
MICHAEL HODGES
CHRIS HUGHES
NORTHEAST NEGATIVE MATCHERS
CHUCK MARTIN, NICK VASU, INC.
ROLAND HOUSE
SOUND ONE
SHORTenz
KODAK
COLORLAB
INFINITY FILM & VIDEO
THE WASHINGTON SOURCE
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THE AGNES STORY





TASTEE DINER

writer, producer, director
executive producer
producer
co-producer
co-producer
associate producer
associate producer
cinematographer
sound designer
composer
casting director
production designer
production designer
editor
editor
editor


bum
erica
woman in booth
shannon
helen
old man 2
runaway
denise
mr. joe
bill
jim
keith lewis
old man 1
businessman
club hopper
club hopper
club hopper
club hopper
club hopper
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
extra
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extra
extra
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unit production manager
1st assistant director
1st assistant director
2nd assistant director
co-art director/props
co-art director/wardrobe
script supervisor
1st assistant camera
1st assistant camera
2nd assistant camera
key hair & makeup
hair & makeup assistant
gaffer
gaffer
key grip
grip & electric swing
grip & electric swing
grip & electric swing
grip & electric swing
grip & electric swing
grip & electric swing
location sound mixer
boom operator
boom operator
boom operator
pre-production coordinator
production office manager
columbia union college liaison
craft services
catering
stills
stills
production assistant
production assistant
production assistant
production assistant
production assistant
production assistant
accounting
legal counsel
legal counsel
legal counsel
legal counsel
legal counsel
legal counsel
insurance
final sound mix
additional dialogue recording
music mix
music mix
flugelhorn/coronet
vocals
saxophone/flute
electric guitar/jazz programming
acoustic guitar
bass
master programming
color timer
negative cutter
titles
video dailies
optical soundtrack
film stock supplier
motion picture film stock
prints
arri 35 bl3 & hmi lighting
fischer dolly, grip & electric
camera equipment

Screenplay based on
this short story
by Tony Campolo
Word publishers
used by permission

shot on location in
laurel, maryland

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BIOGRAPHIES
 

RIK SWARTZWELDER
writer • director • producer

Current info at: www.rikswartzwelder.com.

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EDMUND BAXTER
producer

Ed Baxter has been making pictures in the Washington, DC, film and video community since 1985. Starting out at the Washington Source for Lighting, he worked as a grip and production assistant on commercials, industrials and feature films such as ASSASSINATION and GARDENS OF STONE. In 1987, Ed was hired by The Acacia Group, a financial services company, as a staff writer, producer, and editor. In 1990, he went out on his own—producing high end corporate projects in such diverse fields as law enforcement training, health care education, robotics, financial services, student loan administration, and automotive recycling. In the past 18 months alone, he has produced over twenty programs for the health care industry.

Ed is experienced in producing in numerous formats—including Betacam SP, 16 & 35 mm, high definition, and other digital formats. In addition to his credits as producer, Ed has performed shooting and editing services for the FOX Television show "America’s Most Wanted."

For the past three years, Ed has also been an instructor at The American Film Institute, teaching their summer production workshop. He recently appeared as a Government Video Expo panelist on the topics of "Contracting with the Government" and "Lighting Tips from Shoestring to Big Budget." Ed has also been a panelist at ITVA seminars on "Being Creative in a Corporate Environment," "Producing on a Shoestring," and most recently, a reprise of the GVE seminar "Lighting Tips from Shoestring to Big Budget."

Ed has a B.F.A. in film from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and has done additional studies at the University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television and the American University School of Communications. Over the course of his career, he has won over a dozen awards for programs he has produced – including the US International Film and Video Awards, the Tellys, ITVA and more.

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NINI HADJIS
co-producer

Nini Hadjis is currently in Los Angeles developing multiple projects. Before heading west, she worked as Associate Director for the Lake Placid Film Festival and had worked for the Discovery Channel in a number of capacities, includin g footage research. Nini earned her Master of Fine Arts in Film and Electronic Media from The American University; her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from State University of New York at Albany. Nini's film production experience began while working on an independent feature film entitled THE NORTH END in Boston, MA and continued during her graduate studies at The American University. While there, she directed and produced a number of short films including her thesis project, FOCUS ON ME, which received a CINE Golden Eagle Award and is proud to have been a co-producer on Old Fashioned Pictures' multiple award-winning short film entitled THE LEAST OF THESE.

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BENJAMIN HERSHLEDER
co-producer • co-editor

Benjamin Hershleder is an award-winning Director and accomplished Editor. Benjamin has produced and/or directed a variety of projects for such companies as Shapiro-West, The Spark Factory, Old Fashioned Pictures, and Green Productions. In April 2004 he set-up two television shows with Freemantle Media based Syd Vinnedge Productions (American Idol, Baywatch, Price Is Right, etc.).

His work includes producing, directing and editing “The Bronx Boys,” a documentary hosted by Carl Reiner. This heartwarming film about the reunion of 15 men from the Bronx who have been friends for an astounding 65 years was purchased by HBO/Cinemax and aired as part of their “Reel Life” documentary anthology series. In addition, it was recently acquired by PBS. “The Bronx Boys” has received a Telly Award, a Silver Remi Award, was a Winner in the 2002 DV Awards and screened as part of the prestigious HBO “Frame by Frame” showcase and Laemmle Theatres’ “Bagels and Docs” film series.

In the world of short films, Benjamin has written, produced, and directed several award-winning short films and documentaries. His highly acclaimed comedy "Paul McCall," which he wrote and directed, screened at over 60 international festivals and received over 15 awards and honors, including an Emmy, a CINE Golden Eagle, and a Gold Ebenseer Bear. The poignant drama "Tickits," which he produced, directed and edited, screened at over 25 festivals and garnered 14 awards and honors, including a Directing Citation from Turin, Italy’s International Festival of Young Cinema and a N.E.M.N. Gold Apple Award. Other films include the detective drama spoof "To Speak To Her Again" and the short documentary "More Than A Sport."

Benjamin is also very proud to be associated with Old Fashioned Pictures’ film entitled, “The Least of These.” Hershleder served as a Co-Producer and Co-Editor of this multi-award-winning production directed by Rik Swartzwelder. The film has screened internationally in over 55 festivals and received 27 awards, including a CINE Golden Eagle, a CINE Special Jury Award, a Crystal Heart and a Silver Telly.

In addition to his work as a director, Benjamin is an accomplished Avid Editor. He was editor of the recently released Paramount Studios’ feature “The Original Latin Kings of Comedy,” a concert film starring George Lopez, Paul Rodriguez and Cheech Marin. He was also recently named a Winner of The Silver Telly Award (their highest honor) from the prestigious Telly Awards for his editing and writing on a piece for The American Heart Association. His background in postproduction also includes editing the feature film “Hollywood Capri,” two years as a Lead Editor for E! Entertainment Television and editing one of the hour-long pilot episodes of “In Search Of…” for Fox Television. Additionally, Benjamin's strength in postproduction has been recognized by Avid Technology. He is one of approximately two hundred Avid Certified Instructors worldwide.

Benjamin may be found on the internet at www.ContactBen.com.

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ROB LYALL
cinematographer

Born in upstate New York, Rob Lyall studied filmmaking at Denison University. After working his way up from gaffing and camera assistant positions, he shot and directed several award-winning short films, then formed a production company which produced industrial films, documentaries, and TV commercials. Lyall’s company branched out into feature film work in the early 90s and he received his first feature cinematographer credit in 1994. Lyall won acclaim for his stylistic lighting, rich compositions, and dynamic camera movement.

In 1997, Lyall won a Rosebud, and numerous other awards for shooting, co-writing, and directing THE PITCH. Recently, Lyall shot and directed a series of spots for the NFL, as well as campaigns for Goodwill Industries, NEXTEL, AT&T, and USA Today.

Additionally, Lyall has won numerous Telly, Cine-Golden Eagle and Peer awards for his commercial, documentary, and feature work as one of the premiere cinematographers in the Washington, DC, metro area.

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PRODUCTION NOTES
 

THE LEAST OF THESE was shot over seven partial nights at the historic Tastee Diner in Laurel, Maryland.

Always loyal to his customers, the owner of the Tastee refused any and all cash offers—as well as other forms of bribery—to close down his establishment for film production. But, after numerous requests, he finally agreed to allow the filmmakers to section off a large portion of the diner. Even with the complications that arose from shooting while the diner remained open for business—it was worth it. Especially since the employees and Tastee regulars all chipped in and did what had to be done to help make the experience magical and capture the uniqueness of this exceptional diner on film.

The Tastee Diner was only chosen after an extensive and savory scout of nearly 20 diners over a 100 mile stretch through Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.

The sound designer of the project, Rick Morris, has worked on numerous high profile projects, including FACE/OFF—which was nominated for an ACADEMY AWARD, Best Sound Editing for Motion Picture. He’s also been nominated for the GOLDEN REEL AWARD for his work on FACE/OFF, THE NEGOTIATOR, PRINCE OF EGYPT, and POCAHANTAS. Other credits include BLOW, HEAT, SOLDIER, THE RELIC, SPEECHLESS, U-TURN, NYPD BLUE, and LAW & ORDER.

There is a picture of Tony Campolo—the man who experienced the actual events depicted in the film—located near the register when the character based on him, Keith Lewis (Will Woodrow), walks into the diner for the first time.

 

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SCREENINGS



        32 Awards • 100+ Screenings

Comcast On Demand
The Cutting Edge - Shortz
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November 3, 2006 - January 5, 2007

Reel to Real
Motherwell, Scotland
November 5, 2006


Platform Florida
Lakeland, Florida
September 29, 2006

HCC-TV Independent Film Festival
Howard County, Maryland - Channel 71
May 2006

Compass Film Academy
Grand Rapids, Michigan
January - June - October 2006

New Directors, New Visions
Planet Hollywood
Paris, France
October 14, 2005

NCF at Sligo
Takoma Park, Maryland
September 24, 2005

An Evening of Arts & Entertainment
Los Angeles, California
September 10, 2005

Creation Arts Festival
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
August 10, 2005

WINNER
Best Director, Rik Swartzwelder

Cloud 9 Short Film Festival
Frontier Airlines
July 2005
FINALIST July

Best of DCIFF
Washington, DC
July 2005

God on Film Festival
New York, New York
July 11, 2005

ICVM Crown Awards
Denver, Colorado
July 7, 2005
WINNER Gold Crown, Best Drama under $250,000
WINNER Gold Crown, Best Evangelistic Film
WINNER
Bronze Crown, Best Picture
WINNER Bronze Crown, Best Musical Score

SONscreen Showcase
St. Louis, Missouri
July 6, 2005

Platform Arts - Florida
Lakeland, Florida
February 18, 2005

LPFF

Adirondack Film Society presents Damah Film Festival
December 18, 2004

HCC-TV Independent Film Festival
Howard County, Maryland - Channel 71
May 2004

Envoy

Envoy Film Festival
April 16 - 19, 2004
Westcliffe, Colorado
WINNER – Best Dramatic Short Film

CS

Cinema Slam
February 3, 2004
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Compass Arts
Grand Rapids, Michigan
January 29, 2004

DAMAH

DAMAH Film Festival in Park City
Screened concurrently with the Sundance Film Festival
January 16 - 23, 2004
WINNER – 2002 Best 30 Minute Short Film

RFF Ragamuffin Film Festival rerun in New York City
January 16, 2004
WINNER 2003 Audience Choice Award
AU Andrews University
Berrien Springs, Michigan
January 15, 2004
Green Valley Film Festival
Green Valley, Arizona
January 2004
AFI AFI Silver
Mid-Atlantic Regional Showcase
Filmmaker Spotlight – Edmund Baxter
December 2, 2003
rbff Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
November 5 - 9, 2003

Sacred Heart
New Philadelphia, Ohio
November 9, 2003

Cambridge Study Center
Lakeland, Florida
November 7, 2003
AFF Annapolis Film Festival
October 31 - November 2, 2003

Calvin College
Grand Rapids, Michigan
October 27 & 29, 2003

OFF

Ojai Film Festival
October 23 - 26, 2003

DAMAH

DAMAH Film Festival
October 23 - 25, 2003
WINNER – 2002 Best 30 Minute Short Film

wysiwyg

WYSIWYG Film Festival
San Francisco, CA
October 22 - 25, 2003
WINNER Best Short Film

GFF

Gloria International Film Festival
October 16 - 18, 2003
NOMINATED – Best Picture
NOMINATED – Best Cinematography, Rob Lyall

SONscreen
Orlando, Florida
October 9 - 12, 2003
KSU Kent State University – Tuscarawas
October 1, 2003
Laemmle Oscar Qualifying Screenings
September 26 - 28, 2003
Laemmle Sunset 5 Theatre, Hollywood

Platform Arts - Florida
Lakeland, Florida
September 26, 2003

Compass Arts
Grand Rapids, Michigan
September 25, 2003

PSIFSF Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films
September 20, 2003
San Diego Film Festival
September 19 & 21, 2003
LAISFF Los Angeles International Short Film Festival
September 18, 2003
CBRF Crested Butte Reel Fest
August 13 - 17, 2003
Crested Butte, Colorado
ACFF Atlantic City Film Festival
August 9 - 16, 2003
WINNER Best Short Film Screenplay
WCFF Wine Country Film Festival
July 17 - August 10, 2003
Napa Valley & Sonoma Valley, California
HAFF Hardacre Film Festival
August 1 - 2, 2003
Tipton, Iowa
WHFF Woods Hole Film Festival
July 26 - August 2, 2003
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
AFF Artscape
July 25 - 27, 2003
Baltimore, Maryland
SBFF Stony Brook Film Festival
July 24th, 2003
Long Island, New York
RFF Ragamuffin Film Festival
July 19 - 20, 2003
WINNER Audience Choice Award
DVFF Da Vinci Film Festival
July 18 - 21, 2003
Corvallis, Oregon
RRFF

Real To Reel Film Festival
July 17 - 18, 2003
WINNER Best of Fest

AFI AFI Summer Film Workshop
July 13, 2003
Takoma Park/Silver Spring, Maryland
FFF Flickerings Film Festival
July 2 - 5, 2003
DCFF Dead Center Film Festival
June 19 - 22, 2003
WINNER
 Best Narrative Short
WFF Waterfront Film Festival
June 12 - 15, 2003
FIFF Filmstock International Film Festival
Luton, Bedfordshire, England
June 8, 2003
WINNER Audience Choice Award
TIFF

Thunderbird International Film Festival
June 6, 2003
WINNER Best First Film
WINNER Best Photography
WINNER Best Set Design

mff
Maryland Film Festival
May 1 - 4, 2003
RIFF Rochester International Film Festival
May 1 - 3, 2003
WINNER Rochester Trophy
IEFF MPT/Independent Eye Film Festival
May 3, 2003
Tambay Film Festival
April 27, 2003
HONORABLE MENTION Best Short Film
IFFF

International Family Film Festival
April 25 - May 3, 2003

BEPS

Back East Picture Show
April 24 - 27, 2003

BBIFF

Bare Bones International Independent Film Festival
April 25, 2003
WINNER Best Dramatic Narrative Short Film

DCIFF
Dawson City Int'l. Short Film Festival
April 18 - 20, 2003
PFF
Phoenix Film Festival
April 12 & 13, 2003

New Hope Screening and Filmmaking Lecture
Burtonsville, Maryland
April 12, 2003
PBIFF

Palm Beach International Film Festival
April 4, 5, 6 & 8, 2003

WFH

WorldFest Houston Int'l. Independent Film Festival
April 2003
WINNER Bronze Award, Dramatic Adaptation

CIFF

Cleveland International Film Festival
March 25, 2003
WINNER Best Ohio Short Film

PBFF

Pensacola Bay International Film and Television Festival
March 20 & 22, 2003
WINNER Sprint PCS Filmmaker of the Future Award

Durango Film Festival
March 1, 3 & 7, 2003
FFF

Fargo Film Festival
March 8, 2003

DC Independent Film Festival
March 1, 2003


CINE – Washington, D.C.
February 27, 2003
WINNER CINE Golden Eagle (Professional Divison)
WINNER CINE Special Jury Award - Best of Entertainment/Drama

BMFF

Big Muddy Film Festival
February 26 & 27, 2003

Telly

24th Annual Telly Awards
February 2003
WINNER Silver Telly

Calvin College – Grand Rapids, Michigan
February 11, 2003

MAG FEST

Magnolia Independent Film Festival
February 8, 2003
WINNER Best Short Drama

POLK

Polk Theatre; Lakeland, Florida
February 1, 2003

Denver Christmas Conference
Adams Mark – Denver, Colorado
January 6, 2003

Compass Arts
Grand Rapids, Michigan
December 9, 2002

Burtonsville, Maryland
Invited for screening and Filmmaker Q & A
November 22, 2002

CHRIS AWARDS

The 50th Annual Columbus Int'l Film & Video Festival  (The Chris Awards)
November 15 - 17, 2002
WINNER – The Silver Chris Award (Best of Entertainment Division)

HEARTLAND Heartland Film Festival
October 17 - 25, 2002
WINNER – Crystal Heart Award, Dramatic Short
CUC Columbia Union College
October 25, 2002
M.I. Marco Island Film Festival
October 18 - 27, 2002
DAMAH

DAMAH Film Festival
October 10 - 12, 2002
WINNER – Best 30 Minute Short Film

PEER AWARDS

Washington, D.C. ITVA Peer Awards
September 27, 2002
WINNER – Best Short Film
WINNER – Best Cinematography, Rob Lyall
WINNER – Best Actor, Tom Wall
HONORABLE MENTION – Best Director, Rik Swartzwelder

BRECKENRIDGE

Breckenridge Festival of Film
September 15, 2002

RHODE ISLAND Rhode Island International Film Festival
August 12, 2002
Redlands, CA
Invitational screening and filmmaking lecture.
July 13, 2002
650@Visions
Washington, DC
June 25, 2002 – "The Least of These" screened as part of a special shorts program hosted by 650@Visions, a Washington, DC film group that spotlights local and independent film, and Visions Cinema Bistro Lounge. Other films shown included Ed Baxter's "When Roommates Go Bad" and Nini Hadjis' "Focus On Me." For more information on 650@Visions or Visions Cinema Bistro Lounge, visit their website: www.visionsdc.com.
 
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PRESS PHOTOS
Will Woodrow portrays Keith Lewis, a stranger with a burden.
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Robert Stewart, Burton Johnson, John Yagerline and Felix Stevenson
portray some of the regulars at the diner.

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Kathryn Grant portrays Shannon, a low-rent hooker.
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Tom Wall portrays Jim, an emotionally isolated diner owner.
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MUSIC   
 
Original music composed by Michael Hodges.
 
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Credits Theme
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POSTER ARTWORK
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Poster by Amy Scoggins.
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TECHNICAL SPECS
 

Running Time: 20 minutes
1.85 / Color / Stereo
Approx. 1800 feet / Approx. 548 meters / One Reel
Available for screening in 35mm, DVD, Beta-SP, Mini-DV and VHS

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