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Flower

Justin Kreinbrink
United States, 2016, 12 min.

In English.
Includes violence.

Set in a post apocalyptic backdrop, a young man clings to the only object that reminds him of hope as he struggles through an almost impossible existence.

Director's Statement

At 16 years of age, Michael Gandolfini approached producer Lenny Mesi and director Justin Kreinbrink to help produce and act in his first narrative film project, Flower. It is a film that explores Michael's own loss of loved ones through a post-apocalyptic narrative.

Category: Drama.
Themes: Arizona Film.

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