[short, horror/thriller]

A helpless drunk girl on a late night train is being harassed by a fellow passenger. A good Samaritan tries to help But no good deed goes unpunished.

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Music Credit:

"Habanera" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

STILLS

REVIEWS

 

THE FILMMAKERS

 

Director/Writer/DP - Jessi Gotta

Director/DP - Patrick Shearer

FX Makeup - Stephanie Cox-Williams

FX Makeup - Jane Rose

 

With Stephanie Cox-Williams (Boom Operator), Jessi Gotta (Editor/Sound Designer/Boom Operator), Patrick Shearer (Sound Designer/Boom Operator) and Christopher Yustin (Boom Operator)

 

THE ACTORS

C H R I S T O P H E R  Y U S T I N  (GOOD GUY)  is an accomplished theatre, film and voiceover actor based in New York City. Some of his stage credits include: VÁCLAV HAVEL’S HUNT FOR A PIG, Untitled Theater Company #61; DOWN THE MOUNTAIN AND ACROSS THE STREAM, Fringe NYC/Backyard Productions; YOU BLEW IT!, Piper McKenzie/Brick Theater; and THE WIZARD OF OZ, Highlands Playhouse. He has also appeared in several feature and short films, including Jessi & Patrick’s THEY WILL OUTLIVE US ALL. Some of his additional film credits include: FAINT BY NUMBERS, Sean Ihne, Director, Echopainter Films; CLEAN KILL, Daryl Lathon, Director, Broken Window Prod; IN, Chris Massi, Director. Yustin is also trained in stage combat and is SAFD certified in single sword.

J E N N I F E R  H A R D E R  (DRUNK GIRL) received a BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and has worked with companies including chashama, 29th St. Rep, Target Margin, Les Freres Corbusier, and on tour to the Capital, Dublin, and Montréal Fringe Festivals as well as the Ibero-American Theater Festival in Bogotá, Colombia. Jennifer was a founding member of theater company The Management and won a NY Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role for their production of MilkMilkLemonade. Jenny has performed in The Brick Theater’s Game Play, Democracy, Clown, and 10th Anniversary Festivals, as well as Horse Trade’s Frigid Festival and the NY One-Minute Play Festival. She has been acting in Speakeasy Dollhouse for the past 2 years and when not acting, she can be found playing trumpet with Hungry March Band and in her vaudeville act Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen. She bakes a mean vegan cookie.  www.jenniferharder.coM

P A T R I C K  S H E A R E R  (BAD GUY) Is a NYC based director, actor, producer and sound designer for film and theatre. He collaborated as Assistant Director on Jessi Gotta’s short film ANNIVERSARY DINNER and can be seen in the role of Carter Petch in the gotta/enk film THE BIG BAD, which is distributed by Phase 4 Films. He also co-founded THE BLOOD BROTHERS PRESENT..., a Manhattan-based theatrical series of original, live horror plays in the tradition of the Grand Guignol.