HUMAN BEHAVIOR

Domestic Narrative ShortS

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BRAINCHILD

HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Domestic Narrative Shorts, 84 minutes

Friday, November 10, 2017, 12:30 PM — DeSoto Theatre

Cut Bait
Directed by Robert Walkine, USA, 2:00
To put food on the table, a father and son duo must venture out to sea to catch some fish.

Perchance to Dream
Directed by Caity Mullen, USA, 4:00
“Perchance to Dream” is a short film based on William Shakespeare's ‘to be or not to be’ monologue from Hamlet.

The Telemarketer
Directed by Jeremy Decker, USA, 4:00
A young telemarketer can't handle his job anymore and takes the extreme way out.

Aimee
Directed by Lee Whittaker, USA, 10:35    
Returning from Afghanistan, Jessica, a Spec OPS Marine, finds herself in a war she never imagined and discovers middle America suburbia has changed when her thirteen year old sister, Aimee, is abducted by sex traffickers.

Incensed
Directed by Sheri Mann Stewart, USA, 9:14
What must Michelle do when her marriage and lives are both in jeopardy? Is counseling really the answer? (Made in Georgia)

Brainchild
Directed by David Smith, USA, 9:14
A writer struggles with his inner-critic until one day he discovers one of his stories left him for someone else, at which point he must decide what to do next. (Made in Georgia)

Where is Annie Overby?
Directed by Brandon Adams, USA, 19:17
Rosalyn is desperate to preserve a home that is falling apart while her younger sister, Annie, who is looking for love in all the wrong places. (Made in Georgia)

Jerry Don
Directed by Paden Fallis, USA, 11:11
Jerry Don wakes up from a night of hard drinking. As he tries to piece things together, he is greeted by two conflicting sets of people.

Cells
Directed by Raymond Wood, USA, 12:00
When a reputable doctor finds himself being held captive by a group of masked intruders, he struggles to understand their motives while being forced to answer why billions of dollars go wasted each year in the name of medical research.