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Noci Pictures Entertainment presents the trailer for the feature film "Mr. Id".
A classic tale of a hitman and his favorite hooker(s)
"Mr. Id" tells the story of a failed and misogynistic writer (Steve Parlavecchio), who moonlights as a part-Time hitman, by the name of Jack Maggot, who has fallen into a self-Destructive abyss through a slew of bad relationships, failed novels, and a dreaded past. One night, he meets Lenore, who assures him that if he finds a writer by the name of "Mr. Id", and kills him, Jack will have the life he has always wanted: the sterile purity and comfort of a dream come true.
With the help of his street-Walking "administrative assistant", Heather (Ami Dolenz), Jack has to revisit three important women in his life, Andrea Walker, Mia Crumb, Margaret Bolamano, to see if they could somehow forgive him as well as steer him towards finding "Mr. Id". During the course of his investigation, he realizes that his own self-Centered demise that he has created will only make his efforts at self-Transformation nearly impossible to attain, no matter how much he wants to quit the racket and write full-Time. Especially when he is trailed by a pair of bumbling Chicago detectives, Jon Paul (Yuri Rutman) and Paul Jon (Lawrence J. Russo).
But Jack knows that he needs to overcome what he can in order to clean himself up and find "Mr. Id".
Shot entirely on location in Chicago in 35mm Come home, open up a bottle of red wine, turn off the lights, turn off the phone, kick the kids and dogs out of the house, and enjoy the smooth and cool vibe of "Mr. Id"
If you love Tarantino, Scorsese, Depalma, Coen Brothers, Jack Daniels, Jim Beam, Coke, controversy, suspense, Kafka, Chicago at midnight, red wine, ; dirty motels, gunshot wounds, stimulation, deep thinking, spirituality (kind of), a cool soundtrack, and edgy independent films, you ll love Mr. Id
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Running Time: 1 Hour, 27 Minutes.
Viewer Discretion Advised (some scenes may depict graphic content)
(Mr. Id Appreciation Society)
The National Film Board of Canada, in association with the Cannes Short Film Corner, welcomes you to the 7th NFB Online Contest. Vote for your favourite short film.
Director: Jeroen Annokkée (Netherlands)
Bert's scantily dressed neighbour downstairs, Klaasje, comes by to borrow a cup of sugar, the old clichéd situation with a quite possibly sexual outcome. When she lets the cup slip from her hands and they both try to catch it, destiny strikes.
Biography - Jeroen Annokkée
Since graduating from The Netherlands Film and Television Academy in 2000, Jeroen Annokkeé has directed commercials, shorts and comedy television series at companies such as Motel Films, IJswater Films, CCCP and CZAR. In 2002, he directed the short film Roadkill, which won the 2003 Silver Méliès, the Grand Prize of European Fantasy Short Film in Silver and the Golden Film Award at the 2003 Netherlands Film Festival. His commercials have won several prizes, including the 2005 Gouden Loekie and several ADCN (Art Directors Club Nederland) awards.