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Review: “Again” a Short Narrative (Tribeca 2017)

“Again” a Short Narrative

This short narrative from Tribeca 2017 is an 11 min journey of a man;Morrison Keddie, that watches Groundhog Day over and over and over again.  This excellently thought out short captures both sides of the coin. The mundane routine that eerily resembles the movie being watched, sets the tone for the short. The quirky twist of having the man’s favorite movie be Groundhog Day adds a subtle comedic dusting on top of what many could consider a very hard life for both individuals. The wife played by Aubrey Dollar captures the frustrations and glimmers of hope that probably occur when dealing with this situation. For 11 minutes you are weaved into the storyline and sets yourself into both their shoes.


Aubrey Dollar
Morrison Keddie


The ending is really up to interpretation. If you have seen it, let us know what you think it means in the comments below!

Director: Alexis Jacknow (Twitter)
Screenwriter: Bekah Brunstetter
Cinematographer: Ricardo Diaz
Editor: Sumer Spiro
Producer: Stephanie Marin, Tyler Evans
Cast: Aubrey Dollar (Twitter) , Morrison Keddie (Twitter)


About the Director

Alexis Jacknow

Alexis Jacknow

Alexis Jacknow is a Los Angeles based director and actor. She holds a B.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and since graduating, has worked in film, TV, and theater in cities all over the country.