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2007, Leo Films, 94 min, USA, Dir: Garrett Clancy

Every stranger has a secret in writer-director Garrett Clancy’s indie drama, also released as DEAD LETTERS. Ten years after his first novel went down in flames, the hard knocks just won’t stop for K.C. Corcoran (C. Thomas Howell) - his girlfriend’s just thrown him out. K.C. hopes to get his life back on track by writing another book, and heads to a remote mountain cabin to work on it … but the locals prove more hazardous than he could have guessed. Geoffrey Lewis, Kim Darby and Duane Whitaker are among the fine ensemble cast.

1998, 50th Street Films, 84 min, USA, Dir: Duane Whitaker

Joe Unger gives the performance of a lifetime in this portrait of Los Angeles at night. Echoes of Robert Altman, but it's far from the world of THE PLAYER. These struggling artists are a lot further down the Hollywood food chain. Actor-writer Duane Whitaker (PULP FICTION) makes his directorial debut with this low-budget ensemble gem. Also starring Joe Estevez, John Bishop, Casey Siemaszko, Tim Thomerson and Mariah O'Brien.

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