Harry Kakatsakis / 2011 / Estados Unidos
Ficção / Digital, 21 min.
Synopsis: James Cromwell plays an enlightened clerk who works in the admissions room for the afterlife. He is called on to guide an Israeli couple (Anna Khaja & Anthony Batarse) and a Palestinian (Oren Dayan), who go through admissions together because they have suffered similar tragic endings. As the details of their deaths and how their fates are intertwined become clear, the clerk attempts to teach them the wisdom required to find everlasting peace.
Director: Harry Kakatsakis
Producer: Gavin J. Behrman
Screenplay: John Viscount
Producers: John Viscount, Traceigh Scottel, Elizabeth Behrman, Crispian Belfrae
Co-Co-production: Michel Goodnight
About the director: Harry Kakatsakis is a native New Yorker, raised by acting professionals. He has written and directed numerous plays that have appeared at such theaters and events as The Ensemble Studio Theater, the NYC Fringe Festival and The A Train Plays. He directed "In My Country", a top finalist in Moveon.org’s Bush in 30 Seconds Contest. He produced and directed "43 Days", a training video chronicling a teen runaway’s descent into prostitution. He also wrote the feature film "Search & Destroy" for Larry Levinson Productions. He is currently represented by Gage Group LA, and is developing several projects including feature films, television, and web series.