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Three Women Wait for Death/AWOL


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Mar 17 2017 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Three Women Wait for Death: Miranda and her daughters, Hester and Rose, are crammed in a rotting little caravan to be near their Gramps in his final days. They love him but his care bills are mounting and when they discover that he’s hidden his savings.. they could bloody kill him. 16 min short film paired with:

AWOL: An adrift young woman in rural Pennsylvania unexpectedly falls in love with a housewife just after a visit to an Army recruiting center. A visit to an Army recruiting office appears to provide her a path but when she meets and falls in love with a rough and tumble housewife neglected by her long-haul trucker husband, that path diverges in ways that neither woman anticipated. AWOL is a beautiful romantic drama that is both tender and tough in equal measure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhjmqqNLfxc

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Brattleboro, VT
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