Hitclown (2001)

  |  Short, Comedy



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28 April 2005 | ameliasolum
5
| Not the most interesting name for the film..but the film is decent
This very short film (only 13 minutes long) was written and directed by Chris Mancini, who also directed Skins. This whole film is in Black and White. It revolves around the main two characters....a hit-man and a clown. SURPRISE SURPRISE! That was where my earlier statement came into play. HIT-CLOWN get it? OK. Now the Clown (who is extremely depressed about her meager existence) is played by Jennifer Elise Cox, who's best known for The Brady Parodies where she played Jan Brady and she was also, more recently, in The Jacket. The Hit-man is played by Jay Johnson and all I know about him is that he was in Skins as well. The Hit-man is getting nervous because he believes that sometime in the near future he will meet his demise. These two characters end up getting their bags mixed up and taking the others with them. When they look inside the other's bag they begin to realize that they each have a means of getting out of the terribly deadly and depressing lives they are currently living. This movie would have been much better if the characters had been allowed to mature on screen a little longer. I mean the movie is only 13 minutes long. Really not much maturity can happen in thirteen minutes. But this movie is worth watching and has a very interesting yet un-expected ending.

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