WHAT IS TRUE INDEPENDENT FILM? Imagine an amateur film crew shooting 132 shots in only four days and all for a budget equal to what a Hollywood film would spend on its supply of bottled water. Sound amazing? Now, what if I told you that our film went on to earn itself 12 awards from around the U.S. as well as an amateur award in Great Britain? That is exactly what the short film, “Life’s Little Gaps” did. With only a budget of twelve hundred dollars, the cast and crew were able bring to life characters we each fell in love with as well a story that has forever made its place in our hearts.
Evan (Brian Ross) is your ordinary six foot, two-hundred and fifty pound man in cricket pajamas. Some would call him "special", others, "mentally handicapped." Left with the mind of a child, Evan now faces his greatest challenge when Bill (Gary Olinghouse), his brother and guardian, is called into work in the middle of the night. Bill's apprehension is evident as he leaves Evan in the supervision of Gary, (Matthew J. Christian).
To Bill, Gary is nothing more than a free-loader and bad influence on Evan. Though there is no love between Bill and Gary, Gary is Evan's best friend. Together they set off on a night of "great moments".
That is until an escaped fugitive seeks refuge in their home.
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