Ruminating Nietzche (2004)

Quarreling couple Susan and Brad attend a dinner party which quickly turns from interesting to freakishly bizarre. By the end of the evening, perspectives are swayed and they leave closer than either one thought possible.

Director:

Mary Ann Elizabeth
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Cast

Cast overview:
Owen Robinson ... Brad (as Brian Robinson)
Tricia Allen ... Susan
Courtenay Taylor ... Devin
Benjamin Bidlack Benjamin Bidlack ... Rufus (as Benjamin Black)
Mary Ann Elizabeth ... Asa
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Quarreling couple Susan and Brad attend a dinner party which quickly turns from interesting to freakishly bizarre. By the end of the evening, perspectives are swayed and they leave closer than either one thought possible.

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nietzche | ruminating | See All (2) »

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"What does not kill me, makes me stronger." See more »

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 2004 (USA) See more »

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Woodstock Pictures See more »
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Color
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Intelligent Comedy
10 August 2005 | by sammandmoSee all my reviews

For a short film, this one does a great job of showing us characters that have depth and substance. It starts with tension and pulls us through with humor. This is something quite difficult in the "short film" genre. It seems that a lot of short films end up being futile attempts to tell a story, but fall short of this. This film is not one of those. It carries the viewer through in with a linear story, and packs comedy in as well. I recommend this to anyone who's interested in something other than the run of the mill "action" flick. It's refreshing to be able to know that someone out there knows how to write. Not just how to write, but how to take that written word and direct actors to "feel" their characters. This film is really for someone who might be into intelligent conversation and likes films other than just gratuitous sex, idiocy, and violence. I really recommend seeing this film and am anxious to see what the writer/director comes up with next.


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