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Published on Mar 29, 2012
An elderly Brooklyn native struggles with his daily routine as an umbrella street salesman during a summer drought.
- "Lyndeck's performance as Jonas is top-notch. He's captivating when he speaks and even more so when he doesn't" - FilmThreat.com - "Beautifully shot, it's a moving piece that tugs at the heartstrings" - Blueprintreview.co.uk - "Kevin Slack's short film is a celebration of faith and tenderness that also happens to be gorgeously shot. It's a short movie that quietly rises above a noisy fray - FilmSchoolRejects.com - "It is beautifully shot, gorgeously moody, and has a perfectly understated and moving musical score" - Reviewbrain - "Cinematographer John Paul Clark works closely with director Kevin Slack to create an absolutely beautiful film, shot with a warmth that conveys the dry, summer heat, but still feel comfortable and inviting" - wearemoviegeeks.com
Director/Writer: Kevin Slack Producers: Nicole Scarano, Kevin Slack & Allison Vanore Editor: Chip Whitley Director of Photography: John Paul Clark Production Designer: Jennifer Sacks Music Composer: Rob Gokee Sound Designer: Max Greene Colorist: Katie Hinsen & John Paul Clark Production Sound: Cory Allen & Michael Palmer Assistant Director: Kim Schlechta Gaffer: Ari Schaeffer Additional Editor: Jesse Averna
Cast: Jonas: Edmund Lyndeck Janet: Kathleen Hope Reilly Marco: Ivan Goris
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