by Scott Mullen
Matt wakes up surprised to find himself in the afterlife. Penny, another newcomer, undergoes the same experience. The jaded clerk tells them the new rules, which don't involve love—but the young man and woman may have found a way.
Director: David Nields
The Virgin Abduction
by Ron Frankel
A burglar who can’t find a suitable house to burgle spots a young man sitting by a pool and decides to abduct him instead. The bemused victim thinks it’s all a prank, especially when he discovers that his inept kidnapper hasn’t even left a ransom note.
Director: Ross Boehringer
by Helen Valenta
When visiting his son’s family in Indianapolis, Marek, 80, collapses. His daughter-in-law asks, “Do you think you might be getting up soon? I should probably vacuum.” His son calls for medical help from his neighbor, a podiatrist, while his opportunistic grandson, 16, plays all the angles. They wonder if he’s dying while Marek just wonders when he can get back to his bridge game in sunny Boynton Beach.
Director: Helen Holliday
The Day That Brando Died
by Lawrence DuKore
It’s July 3, 2004, and Marlon Brando’s death has just been announced. Two old friends discuss the event before their weekly tennis game, never expecting to find that in their long-ago youth, each had been in love with the same woman--but with vastly different results.
Director: Jeff Dillon
Sept 22, 23. 24
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