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The Job (2010) 2 min Cary, NC
Writer/Director: Nick Karner
With Matt Whitnack, Jonathon Demers, Rebecca Karner
IMDB SYNOPSIS: A man attempting to hire a hit man makes a big mistake.
I’ve always liked the juxtaposition between comedy and very dark material, so this short was a good way to play with those themes. I actually held auditions for this project and met several actors whom I’d eventually work with on other projects. For the main role I chose Matt Whitnack, whom I’d met on a film called Honest Living. I had to tie him up and shoot him in the end of that film. I’ve known Jon Demers for many years since we were in Raleigh Little Theatre’s production of Oklahoma in the late 90’s. And for the young lady? I needed someone who looked as sweet and innocent as can be. Of course, I chose my wife, Rebecca.