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Five Bullets, Five Names (2015)

A short Film Noir period piece set in 1940s Palliser City about an unemployed plumber who's life is turned upside down after taking a seriously wrong turn.

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(as Jeff Hänni)

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(as Jeff Hänni)
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Credited cast:
Chelsea Anderson ...
Diner
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Helena Handbasket
Thomas Bagely ...
Maynard F. Krebbs
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Linc Stouffer
Celia Cheung ...
Diner
Amy Collins ...
Waitress Fay Tality
David Daley ...
Bernie Albertson
Michael Dean Dargie ...
Tom Udo
Kyle Durack ...
Police constable
Jennifer Emm ...
Ruby Walker
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Bandar Sesat
Jack Germsheid ...
Dagger Mansfield Police Photographer
Jutah Hinds ...
Karen Johnson
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Brett Harper
Brent Lissoway ...
Ritzi Dravenfield
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A short Film Noir period piece set in 1940s Palliser City about an unemployed plumber who's life is turned upside down after taking a seriously wrong turn.

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That's a Hell of a thing...

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Short | Crime

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30 September 2015 (Canada)  »

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Budget:

CAD 3,000 (estimated)
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The whole film is based on a single line from the Barry Adamson song "Whispering Streets". Barry Adamson is one of Nick Cave's Bad Seeds. The lead character's name, Bernie Albertson, is a corruption of his name and also a reference to the director being the son of a man named Albert. See more »

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References Mulholland Falls (1996) See more »

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