A rock bottom junkie trades a needle for a gun and sparks an explosive conflict with the local cartel, when you've lost the will to live, you ain't afraid to die. - inspired by true events (AKA: Miles to go).
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An experimental short film in homage to one of the most influential female avant-garde filmmakers, Maya Deren. Featuring a dream-like narrative of a woman trapped within a fantasy and confronted by various versions of herself.
In a small town overrun with rampant drug use. The local Sheriff Daniel Corbin works overtime trying to clean up the town as June Taylor works overtime turning tricks in dark alleyways to support her habit. She has been sinking deeper into her addiction over the years, as her brother Xander tirelessly tries to intervene. A fed up Xander decides to confront June's dealer and shortly afterwards Xander disappears. His disappearance becomes the catalyst for June to set the needle aside, detox from the drugs, pick up a gun and take on a new mission in life. Her mission: to find her brother and take down any of the cartel members who stand in the way. The local Sheriff tries to keep June out of harm's way by helping her find Xander but June and Tabitha ignore his warnings and begin searching for Xander on their own. In the process of their searching, they discover that something fishy is going on at the pharmacy. They enlist the help of a small-time local burglar to help them get inside and...Written by
Jason F. Knittle
When producers first received Anna's video audition they suspected than an actual addict was auditioning for the lead role. Then they realized "This is Anna Easteden" and it was all over. She WAS June Taylor. See more »