Don't: The Short Films of Aaron Stielstra (2018)

Post-nuclear villagers, morbidly obese humans (and dogs), cell-phone addicts, elderly S & M bar patrons and the United States of America are just some of the dysfunctional subjects covered in this comedic journey through Hades.

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Aaron Stielstra

Writer:

Aaron Stielstra
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Stielstra ... Abyssmo / Bobby Burns
Michael Fredianelli ... Icky Terry / Cornflake
David Lambert David Lambert ... O'Grady / Dill Pickle / Theobold the Pious
Chad Kaplan Chad Kaplan ... Construction Worker
Trevor Grosso Trevor Grosso ... Purple Hayes / Strat Copy
Daniel Ryan Espy Daniel Ryan Espy ... Skip Parole
Jeff Turner Jeff Turner ... Jesse Dubious
Derek Hertig Derek Hertig ... Ted Mullen
Scott Hellon ... U-Turn
Carlos Esquivel Carlos Esquivel ... Gomez
Dale Durpee Dale Durpee ... The Quad Master
Graham Moonst Graham Moonst ... Wizard
Bicé Monticello Bicé Monticello ... Old Lady
Giancarlo Testico Giancarlo Testico ... Fat Zombie
Ray Gange Ray Gange ... Outlaw
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Post-nuclear villagers, morbidly obese humans (and dogs), cell-phone addicts, elderly S & M bar patrons and the United States of America are just some of the dysfunctional subjects covered in this comedic journey through Hades.

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

Italy

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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The post-nuclear scenes were shot in Nuevo, California and Weber Heights, AZ. Both communities known for military nuclear tests during the 1950s and being headquarters for dangerous nationalist groups. See more »

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Outstanding
12 May 2019 | by HughBennie-777See all my reviews

A collection of insights about various states of American distress. With alarming use of grainy film stock, vhs tape, squashed aspect ratios and yet sharply edited montages, Stielstra creates a sensibility rarely seen onscreen. Abstract and absurd to the extreme. And very angry.


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