His first producer credit, which he always wanted to do more than acting. B&w silent art noir.
Budget: "we can only afford one of the following. Lighting, a microphone, licensed music or a camera."
Bill Paxton, the man (actual credit), is in a loveless marriage with a wife who openly cheats on him.
Which is okay, because he cheats on her?
With a crazy woman who I cant decide if she has a bizarre form of Dory's amnesia (actual story) or more likely is bipolar delusional.
With no lighting, they make excellent use of shadow and ohmyfuckinggodthesplicing.
If you've ever spliced film, you'll appreciate this short film
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