A woman finally get the job she’s been waiting for, but a sweet offer never comes without a bitter aftertaste.
“Never Happened” a new film by Mark Slutsky
When colleagues Laura and Grady have an impulsive fling on a business trip, they decide it might be for the best if it all just never happened.
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“Never Happened” KEY CAST AND CREW:
Written and directed by Mark Slutsky
Mia Kirshner as Laura
Aaron Abrams as Grady
Anna Hopkins as Sharon
Director of Photography Brendan Steacy
Original score by Graham van Pelt
Edited by Matthew Hannam
Visual FX by Michael Winder
Mark Slutsky – Director Statement for “Never Happened” :
Never Happened is set in a world much like our own, just a little different. A world in which we can manipulate our thoughts, our lives, just a little more than we already can. The technology in the film is fictional, but in many ways, I think we have always applied the same principles to the way we view our lives, the way we selectively tell ourselves our own stories
A Scene’s of Crime Officer is Plagued by memories of her day job. Two environments mesh together as she struggles to separate work and home life.
Made with the ICA and Kingston University through the Stop Play record Scheme for 16-24 year olds for Channel 4’s Random Acts.
With additional animation by Diana Gradinaru.
Featured on Directors Notes here:
A Scenes of Crime Officer is Plagued by Memories of her Day Job in Marcus Armitage’s Thought-Provoking Animation ‘S.O.C.O’
Uploaded on 2016/07/18
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